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Thorco Shipping dismisses CEO

Thorco Shipping, which operates one of the world's largest multipurpose fleets, has dismissed CEO Henrik Ramskov, who served less than one year on the job. Chairman Thor Stadil confirms the news to ShippingWatch.

Henrik Ramskov got less than a year as CEO with Thorco Shipping | Photo: Pressefoto

Thorco Shipping has dismissed the carrier's CEO Henrik Ramskov, who was appointed Chief Executive of the carrier in the summer 2013. As such, Henrik Ramskov wound up serving just a little less than a year as head of the multipurpose carrier.

Chairman of Thorco Shipping, Thor Stadil, confirms the news to ShippingWatch. He describes the break with Henrik Ramskov as "completely devoid of drama."

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