APM Terminals execs dismissed for breach of internal policies

Three senior management members of APM Terminals, one of the Maersk Group's biggest and most promising business units, have been dismissed including CFO Christian Møller Laursen (photo).

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Three senior personnel members of the Maersk Group's port business APM Terminals have been dismissed for failing to comply with "internal business policies" including the company's CFO, reports Lloyd's List on Thursday.

APM Terminals' Head of Communication Erik Eisenberg confirms the developments to ShippingWatch.

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