Clipper Senior Executive resigns from day-to-day management

This summer, Per Gullestrup who has been a Senior Executive in Clipper for many years will move to London. He will continue his directorships but Per Gullestrup will no longer take part of the day-to-day management of the shipping company in Denmark, Clipper informs ShippingWatch.

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In June, Per Gullestrup and his wife will move to London where his children and grand children already live. He will continue his duties in the boards of Clipper’s non-core activities such as Danske Færger A/S, Seatruck Ferries A/S and other Clipper activities outside Denmark.

“Per has been responsible for ferries and RoRo since 2009. Per continues as a partner and member of the Clipper board but he resigns from the day-to-day management of Clipper in Denmark” Head of Corporate Branding & Communication, Me Christensen, tells ShippingWatch on Wednesday.

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