Canadian Algoma hires Ken Bloch Sørensen as CEO

Ken Bloch Sørensen - whose career includes Maersk and United Arab Shipping Co, and most recently as partner with Norden´s Klaus Nyborg at private equity company IPSA Capital - has been appointed new CEO of Algoma Central Corporation.

Ken Bloch Sørensen, whose career includes positions at Maersk and United Arab Shipping Co, has been appointed new CEO of Canadian carrier Algoma Central Corporation, which operates a large fleet of dry bulk and product tankers in Canadian waters. Algoma is also one of Canada's largest carriers.

For the past two years, Ken Bloch Sørensen has served as Managing Director and partner of private equity company IPSA Capital Limited in Singapore along with Klaus Nyborg, vice chairman of Norden.

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