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Bunker trader made it to the top of Dan-Bunkering

32-year-old Christoffer Berg Lassen grew up in the small Danish city Middelfart where Dan-Bunkering is also located. In 2004, he started a traineeship at the company, and 13 years later he has taken over the reins as CEO.

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In mid-March, Christoffer Berg Lassen received a phone call. On the other end was Keld Demant, CEO of Bunker Holding, the parent company to a series of bunker companies, including Glander International Bunkering, which Berg Lassen had headed since 2013.

Even though they have seniority and are among the best-skilled, they are still the first to come in every morning and the last to leave. This DNA needs to be injected into the new, young traders.

Christoffer Berg Lassen, CEO, Dan-Bunkering

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