Maersk Line to slash 110 jobs at its HQ

As part of the announced and expedited cost reductions, which will see 4,000 employees laid off in the next two years, Maersk Line now confirms that 110 jobs will be cut from the carrier's Copenhagen HQ this year. And the carrier's American CCO has stepped down to return home.

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As part of the 4,000 layoffs already announced in relation to Maersk Line's third quarter interim report this year, 110 jobs will be cut from the carrier's headquarters in Copenhagen, and the most prominent of these looks to be Maersk Line's Chief Commercial Officer, CCO Stephen Schueler, who will step down.

This was reported by Lloyd's List, and Maersk Line subsequently confirmed the news to ShippingWatch.

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