Keld R. Demant steps down from food company board after Dan-Bunkering ruling

Bunker Holding CEO Keld R. Demant steps down as vice chair of the food company F. Uhrenholt's board following his sentence in the Dan-Bunkering case, writes F. Uhrenholt in a statement.

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Bunker Holding Chief Executive Keld R. Demant, who received a conditional prison sentence in the Dan-Bunkering case prior to Christmas, steps down as vice chair of the board at foods group F. Uhrenholt in order to quieten things around the company, it writes in a statement.

Uhrenholt's owners say they are sorry about his decision but "of course respect Keld R. Demant's choice."

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