Cameron Thorpe is appointed as CEO of DCT Gdansk. According to the company, he took up his duties on December 16th. His predecessor, Macek Kwiatkowski, said: “I am confident that I leave the terminal in good hands.”

Cameron Thorpe has worked in container transportation and terminal business more than 30 years. Since 2003, he has worked in DP World – first as Global Business Development Manager, in 2005 led the group container terminal in Constance, and after the acquisition of P&O took the position of Director and General Manager in Brisbane.

Since 2009, he led a joint venture LCIT in the port of Laem Chabang, in 2013he was appointed as Managing Director DP World Korea and vice-president of the PNC, the largest terminal in South Korea, and in 2015 headed as CEO London Gateway terminal.

Prior to joining the terminal business Thorpe had worked 16 years at P&O Nedlloyd.


Source: Seanews

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