Dertje Meijer will be stepping down as CEO of Port of Amsterdam, effective 1 August 2016.
She has been with Port of Amsterdam since 2001 and has made many accomplishments for the organisation.
"After being with Port of Amsterdam for fifteen years and serving for seven years as CEO, the time has come for me to make way for a successor. The successful corporatisation in 2013, the new large sea lock currently under construction and the detailed strategy for the years ahead mean Port of Amsterdam is ready for the future. I have decided to now begin looking for a new challenge that suits this phase of my life," Meijer commented in a media release from Port of Amsterdam.
The Supervisory Board supports Dertje Meijer in her decision to leave Port of Amsterdam and is grateful to her for the manner in which she has led the organisation during a complex transition.
Edited from press release by Harleigh Hobbs
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcoal.com/handling/27052016/port-of-amsterdam-ceo-steps-down-848/
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