New Head of Operations Europe/Asia at Dan-Bunkering
Thursday, June 06, 2013
Carsten Ladekjær

A/S Dan-Bunkering Ltd., has per June 1, 2013 employed Carsten Ladekjær as Head of Operations Europe/Asia & Senior Vice President. Carsten will be situated at the company’s headquarter in Middelfart, Denmark, but will manage the overall operational responsibility of several of the company’s departments around the world.

Carsten has several years of experience in the bunker business. He started his career with Dan-Bunkering 18 years ago as a trainee. In 2006 he was promoted Senior Bunker Trader, where after he decided to move to the Middle East with his family in 2008 to pursue a career as Managing Director & CEO in another bunker company.


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