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.

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