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HH Ferries appoints new commercial director

HH Ferries appoints new commercial director

19-12-2017 14:00:00

HH Ferries Group has announced Susanne Kaarnimo-Knight as Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) with the responsibility of being in charge of the concerns commercial activities on Scandlines Helsingør to Helsingborg ferry trip.

Susanne Kaarnimo-Knight’s current title is Head of Digital Development in TUI Nordic, but she will start in her new position as CCO in HH Ferries Group on the 15th of January 2018.

In HH Ferries Group she will rely on her experience with commercial work and operational drive from the international traveling business and her expertise with strategic planning and digital transformation.

“Scandlines Helsingør to Helsingborg ferry trip has a strong marketing position as being Øresunds flying bridge, and we will keep building on this foundation with the appointment of Suzanne on the newly established post as CCO. Suzanne has a strong background in commercial work and operational drive, and we are looking forward to benefitting from her digital expertise that she has gathered from the international traveling business, while continuing to strengthening our services through digital channels and onboard of the our ferries,” Johan Röstin, CEO of HH Ferries Group says.

Before being hired at TUI Nordic, Susanne Kaarnimo-Knight worked multiples management and marketing positions in KLM Dutch Airlines. In HH Ferries Group she will work under the newly established title as CCO, which entails management of sales and marketing, as well as retail, and food and beverage activities.

Source: HH Ferries / Maritime Denmark

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