39-year-old will get Hapag-Lloyd ready for 2020: "Disruption of this scale doesn't happen every day"

Six months ago he was a partner at McKinsey in Munich. Now Hapag-Lloyd's 39-year-old chief operating officer is responsible for the container shipping line's IMO 2020 plan. In an interview with ShippingWatch, Dr. Maximilian Rothkopf provides a rare insight into how the German company is approaching the task.

Dr. Maximilian Rothkopf, COO at Hapag-Lloyd. | Photo: PR-FOTO


He has been a consultant serving major container lines, airlines and transport companies for years, but today, Dr. Maximilian Rothkopf is the one making the final decisions.

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