Former Dan-Bunkering CEO might become key witness in criminal proceedings

Henrik Zederkof, former CEO of Dan-Bunkering, could turn out to be a key witness in the upcoming criminal proceedings involving Dan-Bunkering, Bunker Holding and the latter's CEO, charged with breaches of EU sanctions by selling jet fuel that ended up in Syria.

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Henrik Zederkof, who served as CEO of Dan-Bunkering for eight years, could turn out to be an important witness in the upcoming criminal proceedings concerning the illegal sale of jet fuel to Syria, which constituted a breach of EU sanctions, ShippingWatch learns.

The 33 fuel transactions between 2015-2017 generated profits of at least DKK 18 million.

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