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APPOINTMENTSNEWS ROUND-UP more news at www.heavyliftpfi.com


UHL stakeholders named in top jobs U


nited Heavy Lift (UHL) has appointed Lars Bonnesen as managing


director and Christian Monsted as general manager, as Lars Rolner takes on the position of managing director of the holding company, United Shipping Group. Bonnesen, Scan-Trans founder


and former European chartering director at Intermarine, and Monsted, former Scan-Trans partner and Middle East regional


Lars Rolner.


Claus Hemmingsen is stepping down as vice ceo and ceo of A.P. Møller - Mærsk’s energy division. Hemmingsen led the separation of A.P. Møller - Mærsk’s oil and oil-related businesses, including


NEWS in BRIEF


director at Intermarine, will have a combined 25 percent stake in Hamburg-based UHL. Andreas Rolner, currently


responsible for the project department, andNicolas Dallmann, chief financial officer, have also been appointed as managing directors of UHL. The company, which is also


opening an office in Denmark, said the appointments will support the company’s plans to expand its market presence.


Hemmingsen to leave Mærsk energy division


Maersk Tankers, Maersk Oil and Maersk Drilling – a strategy that was initiated during 2016. As a result, the company’s energy division will close down by the end of June 2019.


recommend the deal with DSV that was announced on April 1. His background includes six


years as ceo of Zurich Airport and four years as ceo of Globus- Gruppe (Switzerland).


Thomas Kern.


Kern nominated


for Panalpina Panalpina’s board of directors is proposing to elect Thomas Kern as chairman of the board at its annual general meeting (AGM) on May 9. If elected, Kern would


succeed Peter Ulber,who announced in November last year that he would not stand for re-election. Kern currently chairs


Panalpina’s independent board of directors. He headed the final phase of evaluating the company’s strategic options, which led to the decision to


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Air Partner names two


Ed Warner has been appointed as the non-executive chair of Air Partner. He previously served as a non-executive director of Clarkson, a leading provider of integrated shipping services, for over ten years. He is currently chair of Grant Thornton UK, Blackrock Commodities Income Investment Trust and LMAX. Richard Jackson, who was


appointed chairman of Air Partner on an interim basis in September 2018, will revert to his previous role as non- executive director and senior independent director. Meanwhile, Oscar Thwin has


stepped up as the company’s Asia Pacific vice president of freight.


Officers elected at Duluth The Duluth Seaway Port Authority has elected Rick Revoir as president of the board of commissioners, succeeding Ray Klosowski,who completed his two-year term. Klosowski will remain on the board of commissioners. Other appointments include Tony Sertichas vice president, Patrick Boyle as secretary, Norm Voorhees as treasurer andMike Jugovichas assistant treasurer.


Järvinen joins Nurminen Nurminen Logistics has appointed Mikko Järvinento the post of senior vice president sales. Järvinen was previously ceo of TKM Group Finland. Other past roles include sales director at Lassila & Tikanoja.


Toh takes on Ceva role Ceva Logistics has appointed Renee Tohas global head of ocean procurement and trade lane management.


ADVERTISEMENT Kinsella joins the team at KBB Transport Ltd


The partners and associates of KBB Transport Ltd. are pleased to announce the appointment of Donald Kinsella to the position of President of Toronto based KBB Transport Ltd.


Mr. Kinsella’s CV is accompanied with an extensive expertise and knowledge of heavy lift and project, freight forwarding disciplines.


We wish him the best of fortunes.


KBB Transport Ltd. specializes in providing a full range of heavy lift and dimensional logistics services via all transport modes, including turnkey domestic and international point to point solutions.


The many years of project and heavy lift transport experience that our team possesses serves well to provide our colleagues and clientele with first class project, freight forwarding logistics solutions on a domestic North American and global basis.


For further information on how we can provide transport solutions to meet your requirements, contact KBB Transport Ltd.:


Donald Kinsella dkinsella@kbbtransport.com


+ 1 (905) 673-5796 www.kbbtransport.com


Alessandro Bonciani alessandro.bonciani@kbbtransport.com


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