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Lauritzen CEO is hunting for new dry cargo execs

The carrier is hunting for a replacement for the two dry cargo executives who recently left Lauritzen Bulkers. "The process is important, so whether it takes one or three months to find the right person is a secondary factor," says CEO Mads P. Zacho to ShippingWatch.

Photo: Carsten Lundager / J. Lauritzen

The shipping industry took note when J. Lauritzen said farewell to two executives in the bulk division Lauritzen Bulkers at the end of March.

But the departure of Peter Borup and Martin Sato is not that sensational, says Mads P. Zacho, CEO of J.Lauritzen, to ShippingWatch in a comment after the publication of the carrier's first quarter results.

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