Zacho bids farewell to J. Lauritzen: "We've weathered the storm pretty well"

Mads P. Zacho leaves J. Lauritzen after four years at the helm. He bids farewell to a shipping company that was not able to report black figures during his time. The now departing chief executive is pleased with the changes announced by the company today.

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The large strategic fragmentation of J. Lauritzen means that Mads P. Zacho's role in the company disappears, effectively making him redundant.

Since fall, the storied shipping company has been working on a large-scale reorganization. This culminated Wednesday with the announcement that the shipping company will split in two entities, while Zacho must now find something else to do.

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