Rob Frohn leaves Port of Rotterdam Authority supervisory board
Robert Frohn is to leave the Port of Rotterdam Authority Supervisory Board. After more than nine years as an active commissioner at the Port Authority, he stepped down from his position at the shareholders’ meeting on March 24. His current term was due to end on April 1, 2021.
Miriam Maes, chair of the supervisory board, said: “I have come to know Rob Frohn as a very knowledgeable and experienced commissioner and a particularly pleasant and valuable colleague to work with. On behalf of my fellow commissioners, I would like to thank him for his professional contributions over the past nine years, and for chairing the audit committee.”
CEO Allard Castelein added: “The Port of Rotterdam Authority owes great thanks to Rob Frohn for the highly professional way in which he has fulfilled his role as commissioner all these years. On behalf of the management board, I would like to thank him for his sharp vision and his constructive and amicable collaboration.”
Nynke Dalstra will succeed Frohn as chair of the audit committee. The supervisory board has already started the recruitment process to fill the newly-created vacancy.
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29th March 2021