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Bunker company fires CEO

A Danish bunker company that has expanded solidly in recent years has now said goodbye to its chief executive after just one year on the job.

Bunker company Endofa has fired its CEO, Lars Hoffman, confirms partner and co-founder Kenn Søndergaard (photo) to ShippingWatch.

Lars Hoffman, previously of shipping.dk, started work on May 1st 2014 as CEO of Endofa, which was established in 2012-2013 by Kenn Søndergaard along with a circle of former employees from bunker company Monjasa.

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