Ken Rohlmann elected deputy chairman of the Cargo Incident Notification System

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Jan 11, 2017: Ken Rohlmann, senior director - Dangerous Goods, Hapag-Lloyd, has been elected to the position of deputy chairman of CINS, the Cargo Incident Notification System. Rohlmann has been on the Board of CINS since 2013 and his term of office as CINS deputy chairman will run until the end of 2019.

CINS aims to increase safety in the supply chain, reduce the number of cargo incidents on-board ships and highlight the risks caused by certain cargoes and/or packing failures.

“I’m looking forward to three years of challenging - but rewarding - work for CINS,” Rohlmann commented.

“I thank the board for its support and trust in me to act as deputy chairman and to support the Chairman to lead CINS forward on a path towards the development of improved safety in the logistics chain and the promotion of best practice in the shipment all types of containerised cargoes.”

Uffe Ernst-Frederiksen, chairman, noted, “Ken brings a tremendous level of knowledge and expertise to CINS and I am delighted that he is taking on this role, to help CINS develop even further as we execute on our strategic goals in the coming years. I would also like to take this opportunity of to thank the outgoing deputy chairman, Dirk Vande Velde, for all the commitment that he has given to CINS and to being a fundamental part of the establishment and growth of CINS over the past five years.”

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