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In the throes of a restructure, Maersk Central West Africa appoints Thomas Theeuwes as new head

In the throes of a restructure, Maersk Central West Africa appoints Thomas Theeuwes as new head

In addition to this promotion, the Danish ship owner has made several changes in West Africa.

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            ▪ In the throes of a restructure, Maersk Central West Africa appoints Thomas Theeuwes as new head

▪ In addition to this promotion, the Danish ship owner has made several changes in West Africa.

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18/08/2020 at 18h18, by Jeune Afrique Business+

 Thanks to a restructure of Maersk’s services, Belgian-born Thomas Theeuwes has benefited from the creation of a new post, becoming Managing Director of the group’s Central West African activities. At the beginning of July, Michel Koffi, the company’s former DR Congo leader, took on a similar role for the southern region of West Africa. Dakar-based Lamine Kane has been managing operations in the north of the region since 2017.

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