Dania's new CEO wants to grow the fleet by ten vessels a year

Dania Ship Management's operated fleet needs to grow by ten vessels a year, says the company's new CEO, Mikkjal Poulsen, to ShippingWatch. It is necessary to add more vessels, starting this year, to restore Dania's equity.

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Ten vessels need to be added each year to Dania Ship Management's fleet, a company which was founded back in 2017 and currently manages a fleet of 43 vessels.

This is the very concrete ambition set by the ship management company's new chief executive, Mikkjal Poulsen, who took over the position from Carsten Ostenfeldt in March.

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