APM Terminals Bahrain, the port operator of Khalifa Bin Salman Port (KBSP), today (January 24) announced the departure of Managing Director, Susan Hunter.
“Hunter has decided to pursue an opportunity outside of the company and will leave effective April 30. The Board has started the process to select a successor and a further announcement will be made in due course,” APM Terminals Bahrain said in a statement.
Hunter joined APM Terminals Bahrain in January 2019. During her tenure as Managing Director she advanced a strategic and transformational agenda for the company, strengthening the management team, and promoting existing talent.
“The operational and commercial performance has steadily improved during Mrs. Hunter’s leadership and Khalifa bin Salman Port is well positioned to continue to deliver exceptional value for the Kingdom of Bahrain, its employees and shareholders in the years to come. Notably, Mrs. Hunter and her team responded with great urgency and determination to face the unique challenge of COVID-19, protecting customers and employees alike,” said David Skov, Chairman of the Board of Directors.
Prior to joining APM Terminals Bahrain, Hunter was previously based in the UAE. As the Global Head of the Operational Excellence Programme for APM Terminals, she was responsible for implementing corporate strategy across one of the world’s most comprehensive port and integrated inland service networks.
Hunter has held several senior management positions with A.P. Moller – Maersk, focusing on business transformation, growth, and development. She joined the organisation in 2009. Prior to her tenure at A.P. Moller - Maersk, Hunter held several senior positions in the Utilities and Telecom industries within the UK.--TradeArabia News Service