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Jesper T. Lok leaves DSB

Jesper T. Lok leaves DSB

01-09-2014 12:00:00


Short News: Only two and a half years after Jesper T. Lok left the position of CEO in Svitzer to become new CEO of DSB, he is now stepping down. He has accepted a new job, as the head of an international company.

"Our CEO has decided to venture out in search of new challenges, and in the months to come the board will find Jesper's successor" wrote the DSB chairman, Peter Schütze.

Jesper T Lok resigns when a successor is in place, however it will be no later than August 31st 2015.

There is currently no information as to which company he will be working for.

Source: DSB


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