Per Sylvester Jensen steps down as CEO of MOL Nordic Tankers

Chemical tanker company MOL Nordic Tankers replaces its top management, including CEO Per Sylvester Jensen. This development is a consequence of the company getting new owners, which have initiated an integration process.

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Per Sylvester Jensen is being replaced as CEO of chemical tanker carrier MOL Nordic Tanker, which came under new ownership earlier this year, informs the company Wednesday at noon.

Besides replacing the CEO, the company also replaces CFO Henriette Schütze, while Tsuneo Watanabe takes over the position as CEO effective immediately. Watanabe is already CEO of MOL Chemical Tankers.

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