Sejling joined Maersk in 1997 and is currently Head of East West Trades at Maersk Line.
The two groups will together consider an extension, according to a joint statement issued today.
Candidates’ positions on tax and regulatory reform were hailed by some industry officials.
The study, commissioned by the ILO and the IFC, draws on assessment surveys of 15,000 garment workers and 2,000 factory managers.
The company’s board said this will ensure a focus on driving synergies and developing new products and services in Transport & Logistics.
Retailers argue that the new overtime rules will force employers to cut hours and base pay to compensate for increased payroll costs.