Royal Arctic Line expands executive team

Greenlandic container carrier Royal Arctic Line expands its executive team, increasing it from three to seven members.

CEO Verner Hammeken is joined by another four people on RAL's executive team, which expands from three to seven members. | Photo: PR / Royal Arctic Line

Royal Arctic Line (RAL) is expanding its executive management team, which grows from hitherto three members to seven, according to a press release shared by the Greenlandic container line with ShippingWatch.

The carrier's combined management group will as of Jan. 1 become part of the executive team and supplement the existing trio headed by Verner Hammeken.

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