Maersk executive in board of cement giant

Hanne B. Sørensen, CEO of Maersk Tankers will become a member of the board of the Swiss cement giant Holcim. The company announces that she will be proposed for election at the upcoming general meeting.

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The logistic abilities of Hanne B. Sørensen is the main reason why one of the world’s leading cement companies Holcim wants to take in the Maersk Tankers CEO as part of its Board of Directors. Officially she will be proposed for election to the board on the company’s annual general meeting on 17 April, Holcim states in a recent press release.

In January 2012, Hanne B. Sørensen was appointed CEO of Maersk Tankers following her time as CCO of Maersk Line. Other than Hanne B. Sørensen, Holcim looks to propose Anne Wade as a new member of the board. Anne Wade has a long career in the London-based investment company Capital International.

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