International Bunkering Group Appoints New CEO

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Wednesday, June 05, 2013
Christopher Berg Lassen

International Bunkering Group announced that a new CEO has been appointed as of June 1 2013.

 

Mr. Christoffer Berg Lassen has been promoted from the position of International Sales Manager to Group CEO. Mr. Christoffer Berg Lassen has worked with the International Bunkering Group since early 2008 and he will replace the former CEO, Mr. Carsten Ladekjaer, who has accepted a position outside the International Bunkering Group.


Mr. Christoffer Berg Lassen brings international expertise and has a background in the marine bunker and lubricant industry. Mr. Christoffer Berg Lassen’s understanding of the industry provides him with the knowledge to ensure International Bunkering’s continued success.

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