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Tuesday, October 27, 2020

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Henrik Hyldahn (Photo: Shipserv)

ShipServ Appoints Hyldahn as CEO

ShipServ has appointed Henrik Hyldahn as its new CEO, effective January 1, 2020. Hyldahn was previously ShipServ’s Chief Solutions Officer. He replaces CEO Kim Skaarup, who will join the company's board as Vice ChairmanAs new CEO, Hyldahn will prioritize driving further collaboration with customers and partners, as well as seizing the opportunity to capitalize on the significant advancements in digitalization within the maritime industry. A key component of this will involve leading the business to work more closely with customers and the wider market to develop products and solutions

Kim Skaarup, Chief Executive Officer, ShipServ  (Photo: ShipServ)

ShipServ Appoints New Executive Management

Maritime e-procurement platform ShipServ said it has made new appointments at an executive management level, setting out to develop and deliver a range of new products and features in 2018 to help customers realize the opportunities of increased digitalization within the shipping industry.   ShipServ’s former executive vice president and chief legal officer, Mikael Weis has moved into the position of COO, where his main focus will be to ensure that ShipServ continues to meet the needs of its existing and prospective customers.   Having served as ShipServ’s senior vice president

Henrik Hyldahn (Photo: ShipServ)

ShipServ Names Hyldahn as SVP, Business Development

Maritime e-procurement platform ShipServ has appointed Henrik Hyldahn to the position of senior vice president, business development. Based in ShipServ’s Copenhagen office, Hyldahn will focus on developing the business’ new ventures.   Hyldahn joins ShipServ with a wealth of knowledge and experience in the marine business, gleaned through previous roles from both the supplier and buyer sides. Before joining ShipServ, Hyldahn was chief information officer at global maritime services group Seven Seas, before which he held the role of managing director at technical and strategic

Paul Østergaard (Photo: DMS)

Digital Marine Solutions Names Østergaard Executive Chairman

with the Danish Royal Guards and then spent five years with ship-owner J. Lauritzen in commercial and operational roles in Denmark and Brazil. He worked as a consultant with the Boston Consulting Group and subsequently as Director of Strategy at the online division of Oracle Corporation. Founder of ShipServ in 1999, Østergaard launched the company with a clear vision of how the internet could change the economics of the global maritime shipping industry to drive out inefficiencies and increase competitiveness. He served as ShipServ’s Chief Executive Officer until 2016 and is widely recognized

Mark Warner (Photo: Inmarsat)

Warner to Head Inmarsat Maritime Marketing

, managers and suppliers. He has sector-specific experience in data analytics, E-commerce, lead generation and public relations, social media and online advertising. He is also the former Head of Digital Maritime and Professional Division for Informa.   Warner joins Inmarsat after seven years with ShipServ, where he was a Director for Marketing and Business Development playing a central role in ShipServ's contribution to the EU e-maritime digital development project.   A University of Plymouth alumnus, holding an MSc in International Logistics and a BSc in Maritime Business & Law, Warner

Sharon Gill, VP of Sales, Singapore

ShipServ opens Singapore office

  ShipServ, the leading marine and offshore marketplace with an expected annual trade of $3bn in 2015, has cemented its position in Asia with the opening of a new office in Singapore. The office will be managed by ShipServ’s VP of Sales Sharon Gill and will be open for business from July 1st. “We are very excited to get much closer to one of the biggest and most vibrant shipping markets in the world and will look to increase our already substantial customer base in the region,” said Kim Skaarup, Chief Operating Officer of ShipServ. Singaporean owners, managers and

Lars Rosenkrands

EMS Seven Seas Announces New CEO

with immediate effect. Lars has 30 years’ experience in the shipping industry, having worked for a variety of ship supply and ship services companies across Europe, the Middle East and South East Asia, including Inchcape Shipping Services (ISS), Maersk, J. Lauritzen, Wilhelmsen Ship Services, ShipServ Ltd, and Sinwa Ltd. Representing more good news for the company, EMS Seven Seas also confirmed that it has entered into an agreement to acquire 100 per cent of the shares of Wave Shipping , a maritime and port agency services company based in Singapore. Wave Shipping provides a full suite of

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