Hanjin brings in new CEO from airline

This months poor results at Korean Hanjin forced the carrier's CEO to step down. Now his replacement has been found. He comes from a completely different industry.
Photo: Hanjin
Photo: Hanjin

Korean Hanjin Shipping, which owns the world's eight-largest container carrier, has found the new man who will ensure the company a more sustainable future, after former CEO Young Min Kim resigned earlier this month following the shipping company's disappointing performance.

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