Man behind Triple-E vessels returns to Maersk

Bo Cerup-Simonsen, one of the driving forces behind Maersk's Triple-E series, will return to Maersk a few days from now. He will be part of the team tasked with implementing the shipping line's CO2 strategy.

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Bo Cerup-Simonsen returns to Maersk after having first worked for the Technical University of Denmark, DTU, and then at Royal Caribbean Cruise in Miami, Florida, Maersk tells ShippingWatch.

Cerup-Simonsen, who earned the nickname Mr. Triple-E for his role in developing Maersk's series of ultra-large vessels, left the group in 2014 to instead establish a new research center for oil and gas at DTU. In 2018 he moved to Miami where he served as VP for newbuild strategy and portfolio at cruise line operator Royal Caribbean Cruise. But on March 1, he will again return to Maersk.

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