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Italian d'Amico's Dry Cargo business gets new CEO

Shipping group d'Amico reshuffles the management of its Dry Cargo business and appoints Cesare d'Amico as new CEO of the business unit. He hopes dry bulk is headed for recovery after years of uncertainty and volatility.

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Italian shipping group d'Amico makes changes to top management in the group's Dry Cargo business, after the passing of Lucio Bonaso, the former CEO of the dry bulk business, with Cesare d'Amico, of the owning family, now taking the helm.

He already holds the position of CEO of d'Amico Società di Navigazione SpA, the family-owned holding company behind the Italian shipping group headquartered in Roma.

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