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Former leader at Færgen hired by Molslinjen

Former leader at Færgen hired by Molslinjen

06-12-2017 15:00:00

From the 1st of December, the former technical manager and most recently company inspector Bent Boris Hansen at the Danish shipping company Færgen, officially works for Molslinjen. Færgen confirmed this today to TV2 / Bornholm.

Bent Boris Hansen is, as far as known, the first employee of Færgen, to be hired by Molslinjen, which will take over the ferry service to and from Bornholm from September 1 2018.

It has not been possible for TV2 / Bornholm to get comments from either Bent Boris Hansen himself or Molslinjen. What tasks and which title the long-standing manager of the Ferry is not yet known.

The future for the other employees of Færgens routes to Bornholm is still uncertain, although the two shipping companies have been in talks about jobs.

“After concluding an agreement with Færgen, all positions on the route to and from Bornholm will be posted, starting February next year”, Jesper Maack, Molslinjens PR and Communication Manager, told Bornholms Tidende.

Source: TV2/Bornholm / Maritime Denmark

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