Shipserv appoints new chief executive officer

Shipserv, which operates a digital marketplace for marine equipment, has appointed its new chief executive, while the former CEO becomes vice chair at the company.

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Shipserv, a digital marketplace for buyers and sellers of marine equipment, gets a new chief executive in the form of Henrik Hyldahn. He replaces former CEO Kim Skaarup, who will from now on be vice chairman at the company, Shipserv writes in a press statement.

Hyldahn previously held the position of Chief Solutions Officer at Shipserv. His task will be to lead the company through the next growth phase, the company writes.

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