Norden in Shanghai management switch

The two-man management team at the Shanghai office of Danish Norden has stepped down “based on mutual agreement” and a temporary manager has been installed until the new Head of China, Steffen Johnstad-Møller, will take office.

The manager of the Danish shipping company Norden's office in Shanghai, Felix Ng, has stepped down and left the company together with another employee, Norden tells ShippingWatch. According to the carrier, the change in management was “undramatic” and “based on mutual agreement”.

The position as manager of the important China office with 16 employees will be filled by former Norden employee Steffen Johnstad-Møller from 11 March. The previous management team has already left the office and until the arrival of the manager, the Norden Head of Singapore, Jakob Bergholdt, will take over the responsibility. Norden has assessed there was “a need of new energy in the office management,” and the carrier chose the 31-year-old shipping professional.

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