Per Sylvester Jensen open to another executive job in shipping

Following his exit from MOL Nordic Tankers, Per Sylvester Jensen is open to take on another top job in shipping. But it has to be close to his family in the US, says Jensen in an interview with ShippingWatch.

Per Sylvester Jensen joined Nordic Tankers from a position at Eitzen Chemicals in February 2014. | Photo: PR/MOL Nordic Tankers

Per Sylvester Jensen is open to taking on another executive position in shipping after stepping down as CEO of MOL Nordic Tankers.

Last week, the chemical tanker company announced it was parting ways with the Norwegian, who had been at the helm for almost six years.

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