Axel Eitzen puts his son in charge of Christiania Shipping

A member of the Eitzen family becomes the new chairman of Christiania Shipping, which Axel Eitzen was part of acquiring three years ago. Since then, the carrier has gone through a restructuring, which has led to a new ownership structure and a new chairman.

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Norwegian shipping profile Axel Eitzen now brings his son in to chair shipping company Christiania Shipping, which he was a part of acquiring three years ago.

The appointment serves as a culmination of the restructuring the carrier has undergone since the acquisition, informs Eitzen in an email to ShippingWatch.

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