USTC-heir makes first move to adjust the organization

Nina Østergaard Borris, who is poised to one day take over the USTC organization and who became COO last year, now embarks on a process to adjust the organization. In part, this is done by moving part of Bunker Holding into USTC.

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Exactly one year after Torben Østergaard-Nielsen in earnest began to hand over his life's work, the USTC Group, to his daughters, they now announce their first steps to change things at the organization.

This time it is Nina Østergaard Borris who, as COO of the group, has now embarked on changes that involve the entire USTC group. At first, the plan is to set up an HR and Communications department that will serve the entire group. This is done by building upon the biggest company in the group, Bunker Holding, the world's biggest supplier of fuel to, among others, the shipping industry.

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