International bunker supplier Dan-Bunkering on Thursday (19 March) announced the appointment of Hans Lind Dollerup as Managing Director for its Monaco office.
Dollerup joined Dan-Bunkering and the industry in 2002, and has built quite a CV through his career in the bunkering industry, says the company.
His employment has taken him from Denmark, where he was born and raised, to Monaco, Houston, Florida and now back to Monaco.
Throughout his career, Dollerup has been involved in trading, management and strategic business development- giving him a broad interface with a great deal of valuable and diverse range of knowledge.
“We welcome Hans’ diverse skill set, leadership experience and strong commercial mindset and we are very happy to have an experienced culture bearer like Hans to head our Southern European office,” says Mikkel Søholm Vestergaard, Senior Vice President at Dan-Bunkering.
“Having culture bearers in our units around the world means a lot to us as a management as it enables us to work based on the same set of values no matter where in the world we are located.”
The Monaco office currently consists of four people; however, the company is on the lookout for more traders.
Photo credit: Dan-Bunkering
Published: 20 March, 2020
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