Former Maersk exec appointed new managing director at World Shipping Council

World Shipping Council has recruited the former CEO of Maersk Line's Asian subsidiary MCC to head the shipping association's work in Asia.

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The World Shipping Council has appointed Tim Wickmann as new managing director for its activities in Asia. Wickmann left the Maersk group last year after 27 years after nine years as CEO of Maersk Line's Asian subsidiary MCC, which has since been renamed Sealand.

The many regulations impacting the industry make it necessary to have a coordinated voice in the debate, and Wickmann will have an important role to play in these efforts, says World Shipping Council CEO John Butler in a statement

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