Senior Vice President as Global Head of Logistics and Services at A.P. Moller – Maersk Aymeric Chandavoine has won the Award for Best Supply Chain Leader in Denmark 2021 at the 10th Supply Chain Leadership Forum.

The jury wrote:

“As a person he is both highly strategic and pragmatic and brings passion and positive energy to his surroundings, leading CEOs describe. As a modern supply chain leader he is a team player, coach and a great role model at the same time. He sets the bar high with his great leadership skills, great personality and strong values and integrity.”

It was a privilege & pleasure to be invited to the excellent podcast TradeSplaining & to talk about customs/trade issues with hosts Rob & Ardian.

Listen in when we talk about the future of customs & trade, including what we in Maersk are doing to create the next generation of sustainable, digital integrated end-to-end solutions for global trade.

Geneva based TradeSplaining is the leading podcast on trade globally.

TradeSplaining announced the episode #23 called ”For everything else there’s Maersk”, like this:

We’re also joined by Lars Karlsson Global Head of Trade and Customs Consulting at A.P. Moller – Maersk to talk about why we should be excited about the future of customs, where companies like Mærsk are focusing as we enter a post-COVID landscape….and his favorite Bruce Springsteen song”

TradeSplaining episode #23 ”For everything else there’s Maersk”

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The World Bank Group today issued the following statement on the Doing Business report: 

“Trust in the research of the World Bank Group is vital. World Bank Group research informs the actions of policymakers, helps countries make better-informed decisions, and allows stakeholders to measure economic and social improvements more accurately. Such research has also been a valuable tool for the private sector, civil society, academia, journalists, and others, broadening understanding of global issues.

After data irregularities on Doing Business 2018 and 2020 were reported internally in June 2020, World Bank management paused next Doing Business report and initiated series of reviews and audits if the report and its methodology. In addition, because the internal reports raised ethical matters, including the conduct of former Board officials as well as current and/or former Bank staff, management reported the allegations to the Bank’s appropriate internal accountability mechanisms.

After reviewing all the information available to date on Doing Business, including the findings of past reviews, audits, and the report the Bank released today on behalf of the Board of Executive Directors, World Bank Group management has taken the decision to discontinue the Doing Business report. The World Bank Group remains firmly committed to advancing the role of the private sector in development and providing support to governments to design the regulatory environment that supports this. Going forward, we will be working on a new approach to assessing the business and investment climate. We are deeply grateful to the efforts of the many staff members who have worked diligently to advance the business climate agenda, and we look forward to harnessing their energies and abilities in new ways.”