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Overseas Shipholding Group's organizational changes

Staff writer |
USA - September 27, 2010 New York, USA - Overseas Shipholding Group, a global providing orf energy transportation services, announced organizational changes and executive appointments.



The company will move commercial management of its liquefied natural gas (LNG) carrier fleet to the Company’s International Product Carrier and Gas strategic business unit. Christian Skovhoj, worldwide head of sale and purchase at OSG Ship Management, has been appointed vice president of that unit.

Mr. Skovhoj joined Overseas Shipholding Group in 2006 as manager of sale and purchase and was promoted to head the department in 2008. In this role he is responsible for identifying, evaluating and executing vessel purchases and sales for the Company’s International and U.S. Flag fleets.

Mr. Skovhoj’s shipping career began in 1998 with A.P. Moller – Maersk A/S and from 2000 to 2006 he was a newbuilding and sale and purchase broker with Maersk Broker K/S successively based in Copenhagen, Tokyo and New York.

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