Director resigns from APM Terminals in India

A Director at APM Terminals in India has resigned from his job just a short time after three senior executives were dismissed, according to Indian port Pipavav.

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The Director of the port Gujarat Pipavav Port Limited, APM Terminals' strategically most important port in India, Prakash Tulsiani, has resigned from his job, says the port in very brief statement on its website, informing that Prakash Tulsiani plans to "pursue other career opportunities."

The resignation comes just a few weeks after three senior executives at APM Terminals were dismissed. APM Terminals has declined to comment on why the three executives were dismissed, stating that the case matter falls under personnel matters.

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