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This is how Mads Zacho will head J. Lauritzen

J. Lauritzen's new CEO has presented himself as a leader to his employees, and he has in every way possible challenged the traditional idea of how a man in finance would lead a company.

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Although J. Lauritzen's new CEO, economist Mads Zacho, primarily has a professional background in finance, soft issues are at the core of how he will lead the carrier's 200 employees.

On Zacho's very first day of work at the office in North Copenhagen, he presented the plan which consists of four concrete points aimed at steering the major dry bulk carrier out of its crisis.

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