Thorco: Plenty of appetite for growth

"No beating around the bush in terms of what we want and where we want to go. We have a platform and a team that absolutely allows us to aim high," says Thomas Mikkelsen, who has resumed his position as CEO of Thorco Shipping.

Thorco Shipping still has plenty of appetite for growth in the multipurpose market, says CEO Thomas Mikkelsen, who resumed his position as CEO a few days ago following the carrier's surprising break with Henrik Ramskov.

Starting this summer, Thomas Mikkelsen will be assisted by Kent Hedegaard, state-certified account and current partner at PwC. The two will serve as Chief Executives side by side.

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