Sune Linné Fladberg was originally set to spend much of his spring traveling to Beijing, Dubai and major European cities like Athens, London, Oslo and Genoa.
Lightship Chartering's new CEO was set to visit all the group's offices around the world during his first months on the job. But the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic put a halt to that plan, and the 33-year-old chief executive instead spent his corona lockdown getting acquainted with the company's business from his own office in Tuborg Havn, Denmark.
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