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Ulrichs joins BBC Chartering

BBC Chartering has named Ulrich Ulrichs as its chief commercial officer.

As part of the group’s succession planning, Ulrichs is supposed to assume the role of ceo after a transition period, a position currently held by Svend Andersen.

Ulrichs has 20 years of experience in the international shipping sector, having held various management positions with AAL and Rickmers-Line.

Prior to joining BBC Chartering, Ulrichs was part of the managerial team of Zeamarine – the joint venture between Zeaborn and Intermarine – before stepping down from that position at the end of December 2018, as HLPFI reported here.

He will head the BBC Chartering's global commercial business development activities.

www.bbc-chartering.com

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