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Change at the top for Zeamarine

Ulrich Ulrichs will step down from the managerial team at Zeamarine - the joint venture between Zeaborn and Intermarine - at the end of December 2018.

Kai von Taube

Kai von Taube (pictured) will assume the role of director, round the world (RTW) liner service in the first quarter of 2019. He will take over Ulrichs’ areas of responsibility, which include the management of Zeamarine’s RTW service.

Until that time, Ulrichs will continue to act as the managing director of Rickmers-Line in Hamburg.

Von Taube, who has more than 15 years of experience in the multipurpose shipping segment, will assume profit responsibility for Zeamarine together with Frank Fischer of Intermarine and Nicki Schumacher of Zeaborn.



www.zeaborn.com





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