Klaus Nyborg looks like new Norden Chairman in 2015

Norden's current interim CEO Klaus Nyborg, who will serve until the carrier finds a replacement for Carsten Mortensen, looks set to become new Chairman of the carrier's Board of Directors in the spring of 2015.

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Klaus Nyborg, who has been appointed interim CEO of dry bulk and tanker carrier Norden until a permanent replacement for Carsten Mortensen has been found, looks set to take over as Chairman of Norden when current Chairman Mogens Hugo steps down at the carrier's next General Assembly in the spring of 2015.

Already when shipping and finance man Klaus Nyborg, whose background includes jobs at Maersk, Torm and Pacific Basin, was promoted to Vice Chairman of the carrier's Board of Directors in April last year it served to indicate that he would succeed Mogens Hugo when the latter steps down next year in accordance with Norden's constitution, which stipulates that a Chairman must step down at the first General Assembly of the year in which he or she turns 72.

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