Health issues force Lars Juhl to resign from Intermarine

Lars Juhl, now former Managing Director of Worldwide Chartering Services, has opted to leave Intermarine due to health related issues, writes the company in a press release.

Intermarine appointed a new Managing Director of Worldwide Chartering Services on Friday, July 19th. The reason is that now-former Director Lars Juhl has opted to leave the company due to health issues related to a heart attack in 2011.

"I regret to inform that I have received a letter of resignation from Lars Juhl. He has been a huge capacity for Intermarine and played a key part in our merger with Danish Scan-Trans almost a year ago. He is widely considered one of the best executives in the business, and we're going to miss him. On the other hand, we understand Lars Juhl's decision and his need to focus on his health and his family," says Alfred. J. V. Stanley, Intermarine CEO, in the press release.

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