International bunker trading firm A/S Dan-Bunkering Ltd. on Friday (21 December) promoted Rikke Pagh to Senior Bunker Trader.
Pagh started her career in bunker trading with Dan-Bunkering in 2004 and has during her employment been stationed abroad for a longer period, before returning to Middelfart which is also the place she started more than 14 years ago.
“Rikke has demonstrated significant understanding for and execution of the company’s values throughout her entire employment,” Mikkel Søholm Vestergaard, Sales Manager, says.
“Furthermore, she has continuously, at great satisfaction, managed to pass this as well as her business acumen and customer care skills on to her younger colleagues.
“This combined with her many years of experience within Bunker Trading indeed qualifies her for the title as Senior Bunker Trader.”
The department in Middelfart, which is Dan-Bunkering’s head office, currently employs 16 Bunker Traders.
Contact details for Rikke Pagh are as follows:
Phone: +45 6421 5431
Mobile: +45 6037 3966
Email and Skype for Business: firstname.lastname@example.org
Photo credit: A/S Dan-Bunkering Ltd.
Published: 24 December, 2018
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