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Seago Line appoints new CEO after 8 months

After eight months as CEO of Seago Line, Michael Hansen will now return to Maersk Line as Global Head of Sales. The reshuffle is part of Maersk Line's announced layoffs.

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Michael Hansen has been appointed new Global Head of Sales at Maersk Line and will thus return to the carrier after serving nearly eight months as CEO of Maersk Line's feeder and short sea carrier Seago Line.

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