Klaus Rud Sejling has found a new job after Maersk exit

Klaus Rud Sejling has now found his next job after leaving Maersk after 22 years. He will become chief executive of a company where he is already a board member and investor.

Klaus Rud Sejling has been with Maersk for 22 years, where he, among other things, served as CEO of Damco. | Photo: PR / Maersk

After 22 years with Maersk, Klaus Rud Sejling now begins the next chapter in his career, which takes place outside the major shipping line.

ShippingWatch reported this week that Sejling had decided to leave Maersk, and he thus leaves a long career behind at the shipping group, where he, among other positions, served as CEO of Damco and as one of the key executives behind the company's transformation into a global logistics company.

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