Former Lauritzen exec joins top ranks of German carrier

Danish Ole Daus-Petersen of J. Lauritzen has joined the senior management team of German shipowner Marenave Schiffahrts AG after CEO Tobias König has opted to resign.

Ole Daus-Petersen, who until recently headed J. Lauritzen's business in Japan, now joins the senior management team of German tanker owner Marenave Schiffahrts AG, says the company in a press release.

The company's CEO Tobias König has decided to resign from senior management on December 31st, citing personal reasons, and he will be replaced by Ole Daus-Petersen. The press release does not clearly state whether he will take over Tobias König's title as CEO.

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