Maersk's chief of fleet leaves after 25 years as reshuffling continues

Palle Laursen leaves Maersk after 25 years in the company. Another leader is also out the door, as Vincent Clerc continues to put his stamp on the shipping giant.
Palle Laursen has spent almost his entire career at Maersk where he began as a maritime engineer in 1998. He now retires as chief of fleet. | Photo: Maersk
Palle Laursen has spent almost his entire career at Maersk where he began as a maritime engineer in 1998. He now retires as chief of fleet. | Photo: Maersk

Maersk has bid the carrier’s long-serving chief of fleet farewell as a part of the thorough group reorganization launched by newly assigned CEO Vincent Clerc.

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