Zeaborn aims for 250 ships under management

Zeaborn Ship Management has appointed its new CEO, who will be heading an expansion of its managed fleet to more than 250 vessels, says the company.

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German-based Zeaborn Ship Management has appointed Rob Grool as its new chief executive, replacing former CEO Holger Strack, who has temporarily held the position since the turn of the year.

At the same time, the company unveils the ambition which the new CEO will be heading. The goal is to have a fleet of managed ships of at least 250, the current number of around 135 ships.

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