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Danske Havne seeking new CEO

Danske Havne seeking new CEO

15-12-2017 14:00:00


CEO of Danske Havne (Danish Harbors), Bjørn B Christiansen has announced to the board, that he is leaving the organization at the end of March 2018, when the work in the Ministry of Transport’s distinct expert committee on the harbor act is finished.

”It was a relatively short period we got to keep Bjørn B. Christiansen, but his time here has been very beneficial,” chairman of Danske Havne, Ole Ingrisch says.

After his resignation, Bjørn B. Christiansen will act as councilor for the board until the middle of March 2018, where the new harbor act hopefully will be settled.

”Bjørn has been one of the main forces behind the revisioned version of the harbor act. It has needed some change for a long time and with the help of Bjørns effort the last couple of years, we can finally see this occurring sometime in 2018. While working on the revision of the act Bjørn has managed to make the organization more effective from the inside, to the point that we can expect a substantial subscription decrease. We are certain that this will please our members,” Says Ole Ingrisch.

”This means that two major areas have been excelled in under two years. I am very impressed by this effort”.

The last two years, Bjørn B Christiansen has taken a leave of absence from Public Affairs Group, where he will return to as lobbyist for the private sector.

Source: Danske Havne / Maritime Denmark


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