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.
It is bad news for the environment as well as the IMO that the member states decided to push back the implementation of the ballast water rules, equipment supplier Desmi Ocean Guard tells ShippingWatch. Norway's Optimarin is similarly disappointed.
Norwegian billionaire investor Endre Røsjø has joined a new shipping bank as major shareholder and will likely serve as chairman, while Germany's Henning Oldendorff (pictured) and Norwegian Arne Blystad will be the biggest shareholders, sources tell ShippingWatch.
Bunker group Monjasa has halted its ambitions in shipping larger oil cargoes, a venture which was launched two years ago. An office in London dedicated this venture has been shut down. We want to focus on our core business, the group's COO tells ShippingWatch.
Following a USD 90 million deficit in 2016, the former Viking Supply Ships CEO Christian W. Berg will play a key part in turning developments around at Norwegian GC Rieber Shipping. ShippingWatch has interviewed Chairman Paul-Chr. Rieber about the opportunities facing the carrier.
Container carrier Orient Overseas Container Lines (OOCL), which is on track to be sold to Cosco, can look back on a second quarter with a significant boost in revenue. Stronger rates indicate an overall positive result for the container sector in the second quarter, says Fearnleys.