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Several well-known shipping people join Dyrbye's C-leanship

Tomas Dyrbye now has the whole organization behind C-leanship - which is establishing itself on the market for hull cleaning - in place with former executives from companies such as Maersk and OMT. See the whole team here.

Tomas Dyrbye has now gathered the final team for C-leanship, which is establishing itself on the market for container vessel cleaning, a company he heads as CEO.

In January the former Maersk man and CEO of Hansa Heavy Lift announced that new people had joined the board, where Flemming Ipsen currently serves as chairman, with shipping entrepreneur Lars Thrane by his side. Now new faces have arrived for the management team, Tomas Dyrbye tells ShippingWatch.

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