Court issues prison sentence for CEO Demant and orders Bunker Holding to pay fine

A conditional prison sentence to Bunker Holding CEO Keld R. Demant of four months, and a fine for the bunker group. This was the ruling read aloud in the Danish District Court in Odense on Tuesday in the Dan-Bunkering case. Updated.

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The Danish District Court has issued its verdict in the Dan-Bunkering case, where the company, its parent company Bunker Holding and CEO Keld R. Demant have been charged with violating EU sanctions by supplying large volumes of jet fuel to sanctioned country Syria.

CEO Keld R. Demant will serve a conditional prison sentence of four months, and the two bunker companies must pay a combined fine of DKK 34 million.

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