ECSA announces new secretary general after seven months with no leader

The European shipowners in ECSA have found a new secretary general. The organization has been without a leader since the beginning of October last year.

The European shipowners of the European Community Shipowners’ Association (ECSA) have chosen Sotiris Raptis as new secretary general. The position has been vacant since the departure of Martin Dorsman in the beginning of October last year.

Raptis comes from a position as director of environment and safety within ECSA, where he has worked since 2020. Previously, he has been employed in the EU Parliament and industry organizations such as European Sea Ports Organisation and NGO Transport & Environment (T&E), at which his work pertained to the EU’s carbon quota system, the Emissions Trading System (ETS), according to a press release from ECSA.

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