New job for Maersk Line head of sustainability

After two years as Maersk Line's head of sustainability Jacob Sterling has been given a new job in Maersk Line's Trade & Marketing department where he will work to develop and optimize the carrier's products and services. Meet his replacement here.

Starting July 1st Jacob Sterling was no longer responsible for sustainability at Maersk Line as Head of Environment and CSR, which he has headed for the past two years. He will, however, stay with Maersk Line, but in a new position at the carrier's Trade & Marketing department as Head of Product and Charge Management, he says in a mail to ShippingWatch.

"I will contribute to developing and optimizing Maersk Line's products and services, with a special focus on the numerous surcharges that are often part of the package when transporting containers with Maersk Line. It's about optimizing profits, costs and the customer experience," he says, adding:

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