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Former Inchcape CEO to head new maritime business

Almost two years after Claus Hyldager left his job as CEO of Inchcape Services, he is now ready to present a new maritime company and he has brought some of his former colleagues with him, he tells ShippingWatch.

Claus Hyldager, who held the reins of London-based maritime company Inchcape Shipping Services until two years ago, is now making his re-entrance back into the shipping industry.

During his time as Group CEO, Hyldager headed the expansion of Inchcape which made the company one of the largest within port agency and marine services.

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