New Royal Arctic Line CEO: A time of change for Greenland

Applying for the job as new CEO of Royal Arctic Line was a decision made with both head, heart and hands, says the coming Chief Executive of the Greenlandic-owned carrier, Verner Hammeken, in an interview with ShippingWatch. He comes from a job as Area CEO of Damco in Central Africa.

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There is really not that big of a difference between running a logistics business in Central Africa, expanding the supply chains in countries such as Nigeria, Gabon and Togo , and running a shipping business in Greenland, says the new CEO of Royal Arctic Line, Verner Hammeken, who will on August 1st switch from the Congo River to the bay by Greenland's capital of Nuuk.

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