APM Terminals Honors MAGNUM Graduates
20 Participants representing 13 nations complete program in terminal management to become poised for leadership roles in the company.
The Hague, The Netherlands – APM Terminals CEO Kim Fejfer was joined by Tiemen Meester, Vice President of APM Terminals Human Resources and Labor Relations in a ceremony at the Universidad de San Andres in Buenos Aires, Argentina bestowing diplomas upon the graduates of the latest APM Terminals Management (MAGNUM) training class.
Chosen from applicants within the APM Terminals Global Terminal Network in a highly competitive selection process, MAGNUM participants proceed through a three-module program featuring practical terminal hands-on training assignments as well as rigorous classroom curricula. This year’s class was accredited by the Institute of Leadership and Management and consisted of classes in Leadership, Finance and Operations; Strategy; two e-learnings prepared by Cornell University; 7 internal consultancy projects driven by business demand; and 7 coaching sessions with an executive coach.
“Our goal as a company is to be the best in the business” commented Kim Fejfer, CEO of APM Terminals in his remarks to the graduates, “and the MAGNUM program has prepared you well for your future careers”.
In addition to the coursework and rotating terminal assignments during the 12 months, a major goal of the program is to expose participants to international postings outside of their own countries and regions, and to develop strong team cohesion among the leaders for their careers together across the APM Terminals Global Terminal Network.
“Our people strategy is designed to develop the leaders of the future with the best business and leadership skills who can make the best decisions, anticipate our customer’s needs and find solutions to their biggest challenges, added Tiemen Meester, Vice President of Human Resources and Labor Relations at APM Terminals in The Hague, Netherlands.
The complete list of graduates includes:
1. Antonio Franca, SOGESTER, Luanda, Angola
2. David Holt, APM Terminals Algeciras, Algeciras, Spain
3. Douglas Hansen, APM Terminals, The Hague, Netherlands
4. Emmanuel de Ortuzar, Inland Services, Buenos Aires, Argentina
5. Isabel Millan, APM Terminals Algeciras, Algeciras, Spain
6. Joseph Morris, APM Terminals, The Hague, Netherlands
7. Alberto Sanchez, APM Terminals, The Hague, Netherlands
8. Kornelis Goedendorp, APM Terminals Asia Pacific, Shanghai, China
9. Lyes Chebrek, Port of Salalah, Oman
10. Mark Darling, APM Terminals, Los Angeles, California
11. Mikkel Andersen, Container Terminal Wilhelmshaven, Germany
12. Mohamed El Nakib, Suez Canal Container Terminal, Egypt
13. Mohamed Tamer Hussein, Suez Canal Container Terminal, Egypt
14. Neil Derek Gillam, APM Terminals Bahrain
15. Rex Jackson, APM Terminals, The Hague, Netherlands
16. Sidat Moustapha, Mauritania
17. Silvia Iglesias, Terminal 4, Buenos Aires, Argentina
18. Steven Yoogalingam, Port of Tanjung Pelepas, Malaysia
19. Subir Mehrotra, Port of Pipavav, India
20. Zia Rizvi, APM Terminals, the Hague, Netherlands