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Hapag-Lloyd has announced that its chief financial officer, Nicolás Burr (pictured above), will leave the company on 29 February 2020 when his contract is due to end.
Mr Burr was appointed in March 2015, after the takeover of CSAV, where he had been CFO since 2012. The German carrier said his successor would be announced in due course.
“We wish Nicolás Burr all the best for his future,” said chairman Michael Behrendt. “The supervisory board sincerely likes to thank Nicolás for his commitment over the past years. His contribution was very valuable for the development of Hapag-Lloyd, particularly with regard to the last two mergers and the initial public offering in 2015.