Habben Jansen faces difficult journey at Hapag-Lloyd

Rolf Habben Jansen has delivered his first interim report as CEO of Hapag-Lloyd - at a significant deficit. Difficult challenges seem lined up for the carrier's new CEO.

Dutch-born Rolf Habben Jansen looks to be facing one of the most difficult Chief Executive jobs in the international shipping industry, following his decision to leave Maersk-owned Damco in the Hague to instead take over as CEO of Hapag-Lloyd at the carrier's Hamburg headquarters, starting July 1st.

Rolf Habben Jansen has been preparing for the job since the spring of this year, and on Tuesday morning he was able to sign his name on the first interim report with the carrier - an interim report that shows a massive net deficit of EUR 173.3 million.

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