Tim Wickmann becomes World Shipping Council’s MD for Asia

October 10, 2018 Gavin van Marle

The World Shipping Council (WSC) has appointed former Maersk executive Tim Wickmann as its new managing director in Asia.
Mr Wickmann spent nine highly successful years as chief executive of Maersk’s intra-Asia carrier, MCC Transport, before stepping down in June last year.
John Butler, World Shipping Council president and chief executive, said: “The liner shipping industry is a global network and therefore needs consistent regulatory treatment across the globe. That requires the industry ...

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