Maximilian Rothkopf to be new chief operating officer at Hapag-Lloyd

January 10, 2019 Gavin van Marle

Hapag-Lloyd has announced that Maximilian Rothkopf (pictured above) is to be its new chief operating officer.
The 38-year-old will take up the role on 1 July, replacing company veteran Anthony Firmin, who at 65 is set to retire on 30 June.
Dr Rothkopf has been a partner at consultant McKinsey & Company since 2014, a member of its global travel, transport and logistics leadership team, after joining the firm in 2005.
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