Rightship picks new CEO with roots in Maersk and DNV GL

An experienced shipping profile with a past at Maersk and DNV GL becomes the new chief executive of Australia's Rightship, which works with the environment and safety in the maritime industry.

Steen Lund is the new chief executive of Rightship. | Photo: PR-FOTO

Australian firm Rightship, which is engaged in maritime risk management and environmental assessments, appoints Steen Lund as its new CEO.

Lund replaces Martin Crawford-Brunt, who leaves Rightship in mid-December. Lund has a past at, among other places, Maersk, where he spent 21 years serving in positions such as head of Maersk Line's network in several places around the world. His career has also seen him working for DNV GL.

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