Middelfart-based international bunkering firm Dan-Bunkering has appointed Claus Bulch Klausen as its new Chief Executive Officer effective 1 May 2021, when the company commenced its new fiscal year.
Claus Bulch Klausen, who join the company since April 2004 as Sales Manager, subsequently became Head of Operations and later took on the role as Senior Vice President.
Prior to Claus Bulch Klausen’s appointment as CEO, Dan-Bunkering has been managed by a joint leadership team.
Claus Bulch Klausen will continue to drive the company’s strong values and growth ambition forward. Furthermore, he will focus on executing Dan-Bunkering’s long-term strategy in close collaboration with the current leadership team.
“I am very proud to take on the role as CEO of Dan-Bunkering. My many years with the company have given me a strong affinity with the solid values it is founded on,” says Claus Bulch Klausen.
“I can’t wait to continue working together with the leadership team and great colleagues at Dan-Bunkering in building and developing the important agenda for Dan-Bunkering’s future focus areas in an industry that in recent years is under constant transformation.”
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Published: 5 May, 2021
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