International bunker supplier Dan-Bunkering on Friday (21 February) announced the appointment of Kenni Goldenbeck as Sales Manager of its Middelfart office effective 17 February.
Goldenbeck is 41 years old and has previously been working for the company as Bunker Trader and as Managing Director for Dan-Bunkering’s office in Singapore, where he was relocated for a longer period.
The department in Middelfart thus welcomes an experienced colleague as Goldenbeck joined the bunker industry back in 1998 and has plenty of trading as well as management experience both inside and outside the Dan-Bunkering group.
“I am very pleased to have the opportunity to return to Dan-Bunkering in Middelfart where it all started, and I look forward to working with a team of both new and experienced talents” said Goldenbeck.
Goldenbeck takes over the position as Sales Manager for the head office in Middelfart from Mikkel Søholm Vestergaard who took up a position as Senior Vice President for the Dan-Bunkering group in September 2019.
Mikkel Søholm Vestergaard says: “I look very much forward to welcoming Kenni back to Dan-Bunkering in Middelfart. The office has been going through a very positive direction and Kenni is definitely the right person to be the head of the further development of the office.”
“I feel perfectly safe passing on the baton to Kenni by virtue of his wide experience within the business as well as his managerial background.”
Photo credit: Dan-Bunkering
Published: 24 February, 2020
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