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New face of breakbulk at Rotterdam

Twan Romeijn has been appointed as business manager breakbulk at the port of Rotterdam following the departure of Robert Jan Timmers.

As HLPFI reported last week, Timmers has stepped down as business developer and business manager for breakbulk at Rotterdam after more than ten years in the role. His last day with Rotterdam Port Authority was July 29.

Effective immediately, Romeijn will take over Timmers’ responsibilities and will be the point of contact for all questions regarding breakbulk shipping at the Dutch port.

www.portofrotterdam.com

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