Former UASC executive takes over central role in Hapag-Lloyd

A Danish executive with a past at Maersk Line and who has served as CCO of UASC will become the new head of Hapag-Lloyd in North America from April 1 of this year.

Photo: PR-foto/Hapag-Lloyd

Uffe Østergaard, the former head of Maersk Line and United Arab Shipping Company (UASC), will be the new president for North America at Hapag-Lloyd from April 1, revealed the German container carrier in a press release.

Østergaard arrived at Hapag-Lloyd in May 2017 in connection with the carrier's merger with UASC, where he served as CCO with a background in Maersk. 

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