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Blue Water Shipping CEO steps down after dispute with owner

After three years as head of Blue Water Shipping, Kim Hedegaard Sørensen is now stepping down from the company. He confirms to ShippingWatch that his departure stems from fundamental disagreements with owner Kurt Skov about the future strategy.

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Blue Water Shipping CEO Kim Hedegaard Sørensen is stepping down after three years as head of the company.

Kim Hedegaard Sørensen, who joined Blue Water Shipping from the Maersk-owned logistics unit Damco, confirms to ShippingWatch that the break from Blue Water Shipping's owner Kurt Skov stems from a "fundamental disagreement" about the future strategy for the company.

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