Erria in surprising exit from Uni-Tankers board

Even though stock listed ship management and consulting firm Erria still owns a 9.2 percent stake in USTC-owned Uni-Tankers, Erria CEO Henrik N. Andersen has stepped down from the tanker carrier's executive board.

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In a surprising move, Erria CEO Henrik N. Andersen (picture) has stepped down from the executive board of Uni-Tankers A/S, which is based Middelfart and is part of Torben Østegaard-Nielsen's bunker and shipping group United Shipping and Trading Company, USTC.

The information concerning his departure came from a brief to the Danish Central Business Register (CVR), but Henrik N. Andersen declines to comment on his decision to step down from the board of Uni-Tankers, of which Erria still owns 9.2 percent of the shares, which the company acquired in relation to the sale of Erria's tanker fleet to Uni-Tankers in 2011/12.

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