December 19 - Patrick Verhoeven is to leave his role as secretary-general at the European Sea Port Organisation (ESPO). He will be joining another Brussels-based maritime industry lobby, the European Community Shipowners' Association (ECSA).
After 13 years at ESPO, Verhoeven will succeed the retiring ECSA secretary-general, Alfons Guinier, in the middle of 2013.www.espo.bewww.ecsa.eu
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