Cargill’s shipping head, Jan Dieleman, is appointed as seat associated with worldwide not-for-profit organization worldwide Maritime Forum, overtaking the positioning from Peter Stokes, previous senior agent and mind of delivery at Lazard, that is retiring.
Stokes has actually offered in the worldwide Maritime Forum’s board of administrators since 2017, once the organization ended up being founded.
“Peter made great advances in assisting the discussion board become an impactful organization that do not only drives modification but covers the main element difficulties we face as a business these days,” said Dieleman, that is additionally the seat of Sea Cargo Charter, a framework for evaluating and disclosing the weather positioning of ship chartering tasks.
In inclusion, Lynn Loo, the CEO associated with International Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation, Semiramis Paliou, CEO of Greek bulker owner Diana Shipping, and Captain Rajesh Unni, creator and CEO of shipmanager Synergy Group, had been additionally chosen as brand new people in the board.
“Lynn, Semiramis, and Unni each bring special and essential views along with a-deep comprehension and understanding when it comes to collective difficulties the industry faces, therefore causing the worldwide Maritime Forum’s capability to deliver good modification for the neighborhood, the business, and community,” added Dieleman.
The board of worldwide Maritime Forum also incorporates Wan Hai’s Randy Chen as vice-chair, Onassis Foundation’s Anthony S. Papadimitriou, HKUST’s Christine Loh, DFDS & Maersk Drilling’s Claus V. Hemmingsen, Citi’s Michael Parker, and Oivind Lorentzen III of Northern Navigation and SEACOR Holding.