Royal Arctic Line launches generational change

Royal Arctic Line is looking for a new CEO as Jens Andersen will step down from the carrier by the end of the year. A generational change is underway, says the carrier.

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Royal Arctic Line's CEO Jens Andersen will step down by the end of the year, and the carrier is now looking for his replacement, says Royal Arctic Line.

Jens Andersen's departure has been planned since 2011, when the CEO's contract was most recently renewed, according to Chairman Kuno Fencker:

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