MOL appoints its CEO as new chairman

Japanese carrier MOL makes changes to its top management. The current CEO becomes chairman going forward, and a new CEO has been found internally. This is done to accommodate the major changes facing the industry, the company informs.

Photo: MOL Mitsui OSK Lines PR

Changes are happening at the top of Japanese shipping company Mitsui O.S.K Lines, MOL.

Going forward, the company's CEO Junichiro Ikeda becomes chairman of the board, while he is also awarded the title of President. He is being replaced by Takeshi Hashimoto, who previously served as Vice President Executive Officer.

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