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Maersk Line's US chief steps down

John Reinhart, CEO in Maersk Line's American company, will leave his position at the close of January 2014.

John Reinhart, CEO in Maersk Line's American company, will leave his position at the close of January 2014, according to a press release posted on the Maersk Line Limited webpage.

According to the press release, no successor has been appointed to John Reinhart, who has been a part of the A.P. Møller – Mærsk group for nearly 23 years.

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