Black Lives Matter stirred up a dilemma for the president of Hapag-Lloyd America

Civil rights movement Black Lives Matter raised a difficult dilemma for Uffe Østergaard, president of Hapag-Lloyd America, in 2020 and constituted a greater leadership challenge than the coronavirus pandemic. Should he address it internally in the organization or not?

For Uffe Østergaard, president of Hapag-Lloyd America, 2020 has been one of the most challenging years, "but also one of the most rewarding years in many respects," he explains. | Photo: Uffe Østergaard

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