APM Terminals names new Europe region CEO

The A. P. Moeller-Maersk port business, APM Terminals, names Ben Vree as CEO of the company's activities in the Europe region

The region, which includes responsibility for all of Europe as well as the Southern Mediterranean and Black Sea, holds six ports, including Rotterdam in the Netherlands and Wilhelmshaven in Germany. The region handled a combined container volume of 6,737,000 (Equity weighted) TEUs in 2011, representing 36 percent of total company throughput, and had revenues of USD 1.2 billion, representing 25 percent of APM Terminals' global revenue.

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