Global bunker industry player Bunker Holding Group on Wednesday announced the appointment of Michael Krabbe, who will be based at its headquarters in Middelfart, Denmark as its new Chief Financial Officer effective January 2019.
Krabbe joins Bunker Holding Group from Maersk Supply Service where he serves the role of CFO until end of 2018.
Prior to Maersk Supply Service, he held senior finance management positions at Welltec International A/S – from 2015 to 2018 as the Chief Financial Officer.
Krabbe will succeed Jesper Klokker Hansen, who has served Bunker Holding Group as its Chief Financial Officer since 2004. Hansen leaves Bunker Holding Group to dedicate his time and expertise in his future career as board member and advisor.
“I am delighted to welcome Michael Krabbe to Bunker Holding Group to take up a key management role at an exciting time for our company,” said Keld R. Demant, CEO, Bunker Holding Group.
“Michael is a business-oriented CFO who actively seeks to develop the strategic agenda backed by facts.
“He brings an ideal combination of extensive experience and an innovative mindset – a strong profile that will help drive the company to even better results based on our strong position in a challenging market.
“Also, I thank Jesper Klokker Hansen for his substantial contributions to Bunker Holding Groups success over the past 15 years.”
Photo credit: Bunker Holding Group
Published: 22 November, 2018
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