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XO Chairman prepared to wait 18 months for Bonderup

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The Chairman of XO Shipping, Kent Hedegaard, expresses his excitement to ShippingWatch about recruiting Norden's departing Head of dry cargo Ejner Bonderup to the team. However, he must be prepared to wait 18 months.


BY JOHANNES HARTKOPF-MIKKELSEN
Published 04.07.16 at 10:17

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