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Blue Water-founder initiates generational handover

After leading Blue Water for nearly 50 years, founder Kurt Skov now hands off large parts of the company to his daughter Anne Skov. "Blue Water is my life's work, which I would like to see continued by the Skov family," he tells ShippingWatch.

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Blue Water Founder Kurt Skov now initiates a generational handover of the shipping and logistics company he founded nearly 50 years ago in 1972.

He does so by transferring a large share of the company to his daughter Anne Skov, who thus becomes co-owner.

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