CEO presents strategy for new ship management giant

The first 120 days have passed since the merger between Anglo-Eastern and Univan, which boosted the parties into the global top of ship management companies. The strategy for the next five years is now ready, CEO Bjørn Højgaard tells ShippingWatch.

The first 120 days have passed sinced the two Hong Kong-based ship management companies Anglo-Eastern and Univan merged into one unit. And things have gone according to plan, explains CEO Bjørn Højgaard in an interview with ShippingWatch. Among other things, the group has laid out its strategy for the next five years, which aims to ensure that Anglo-Eastern Univan Group remains in the glop top tier of ship management companies.

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