Maersk Tankers Changes Leadership as Tina Revsbech Takes the Helm

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Tina Revsbech is the new CEO of Denmark’s Maersk Tankers, replacing Christian M. Ingerslev, who has been appointed CEO of Maersk Supply Service.

Bringing more than 30 years of industry experience, Tina Revsbech has worked as Executive Vice President at Fednav Limited, CEO at BW Tankers and Senior Vice President at Torm.

Earlier in her career, Tina worked for more than 15 years for Maersk Tankers as Head of Chartering and Head of Maersk Tankers for Americas and Singapore, respectively. 

Chair of the Board of Directors at Maersk Tankers, Robert M. Uggla, stated: ‘Tina holds extensive leadership experience and an outstanding commercial record. She has worked and lived on three continents with an ability to develop strong customer relationships, build high performing teams, and address global supply challenges through innovative shipping solutions.’

Tina Revsbech said that ‘I am very excited to lead what I see as one of the strongest brands in the tankers industry. Maersk Tankers has gone through a significant structural transformation over the last years. I am excited to take on the responsibility to accelerate growth and to develop our service offering to remain the leading tanker company.’

The company’s Board of Directors also extends its gratitude to Christian M. Ingerslev for his long service to Maersk Tankers, including close to seven years as CEO.

As CEO, Christian M. Ingerslev spear-headed the separation of the tanker activities from A.P. Moller – Maersk in 2017, restructured the business and developed new activities such as ZeroNorth.

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