Eitzen Chemical CEO steps down

The CEO of Eitzen Chemicals, Per Sylvester Jensen, has announced that he wishes to resign from his position.

The Eitzen Board of Directors will have to start looking for a new CEO to head the company and its 50 ships, which primarily transport oil products and chemicals. Norwegian Per Sylvester Jensen has announced that he no longer wants to head the company, and that the Board should start looking for his replacement.

In a a statement from the company, the Board expresses its thanks for the cooperation and for the fact that Per Sylvester Jensen, since arriving in 2008, has helped strengthen Eitzen Chemicals' position as the market's leading tanker carrier. A strengthening that has been a bit harder to spot in the company's ledgers these recent years.

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