Milaha appoints new CEO

Qatar-based shipping group Milaha has found its new CEO.

Photo: Milaha PR

Back in July the Qatar-based shipping group Milaha announced that CEO Khalifa Ali Al-Hetmi would retire in September after serving 31 years at the company, seven of these as Chief Executive. The carrier was thus looking for a new CEO. He has now been found. Adbulrahman Essa Al-Mannai takes over the reins of the carrier, effective from September 13th, informs Milaha in a press release.

Al-Mannai has previously been head of commercial planning and disposition at Qatargas, where his responsibilities included the company's role in the British South Hook LNG Terminal.

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