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A special foreign delegation headed by A.P. Moller – Maersk Chief Executive Officer Soren Skou recently visited Sri Lanka Ports Authority (SLPA). The delegation had special discussions with SLPA Managing Director Capt. Athula Hewavitharana. The delegation also included A.P. Moller – Maersk Personal Assistant Sigrid Schumacher, JV/ME/Africa Portfolio – Maersk Portfolio Manager Soren Jakobsen, Maersk Lead Public Affairs Advisor Julian Bevis, Maersk Area Managing Director, India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh Steven Felder and Maersk Sri Lanka Country Manager Siddarth Iyer. SLPA Board Director H.D.A.S. Premachandra, SLPA Additional Managing Director Upali De Zoysa, SLPA Director Logistics Upul Jayatissa, Director (Port Operations) Jayantha Perera and Harbour Master Capt. Nirmal Silva are also seen. 


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