Monjasa announces new chair

Bunker company Monjasa has found a successor to Christian Merrild, who served as chair for the past ten years and passed away after a brief period of illness.

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Monjasa has appointed a new chair to succeed Christian Merrild, who passed away after a brief period of illness.

In light of the circumstances, Flemming Ipsen, who has been part of Monjasa's board of directors since 2016, will be taking over as chair, the company announces in a press release.

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