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Maersk’s Klaus Rud Sejling leaves to become CEO at DANX Logistics

PortandTerminal.com, December 20, 2019

COPENHAGEN, DENMARK – Yesterday (December 19) we reported that Klaus Rud Sejling is leaving Maersk after 22 years at the company. Sejling had been the Global Head of Logistics and Services at A.P. Moller – Maersk prior to the announcement of his departure. 

READ: More shakeups at Maersk. Two other key employees leave

The announcement of Sejling’s departure from Maersk came on the same day that his boss, Vincent Clerc, was appointed CEO of Ocean & Logistics at Maersk.

READ: Maersk names Vincent Clerc CEO for shipping, fills board following recent departures

Where is Klaus Rud Sejling moving to?

Photo of shipping executive Klaus Rud Sejling
Maersk executive Klaus Rud Sejling has left the company to become CEO of DANX, a Scandinavian shipping and logistics company

The Scandinavian logistics company DANX has officially announced that Sejling will become its new CEO.

DANX is a specialized logistics company that handles spare part deliveries in the Nordic and Baltic region for 500 customers including BMW.

In the Nordic and Baltic region we deliver into the trunk of more than 6000 service vans as well thousands of work-shops and other pre-defined delivery spots.

DANX company website

DANX also announced that its current CEO, Ulrik Find, would be stepping aside to make room for Sejling to over leadership of the company. Sejling is also an investor and Board member of DANX. Find as he steps aside will move into a new role at the company as COO.

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