The Maersk CEO's five turning points

Maersk Supply Service's CEO - the longest serving CEO in any of the Maersk Group's units - talks to ShippingWatch about the biggest influences in his 38 years with the company.

Carsten Plougmann Andersen is CEO of Maersk Supply Service. He has headed Maersk Supply Service since 2004 and has been with the Maersk Group since 1976. This means a total of 38 years in other places in the Maersk Group and 28 years with Maersk Supply Service, which makes him the longest serving CEO in the Maersk Group's business units.

During this time, five experiences have had a particular influence on his professional life at the carrier - experiences both good and bad.

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