Associations representing Danish processors merge.The two organisations, Dansk Fisk and Danmarks Fiskeindustri- og Eksportforening (the Association of Danish Fish Processing Industries and Exporters), that represent the Danish fish processing industry have agreed to merge, reports the Danish Association of Fish Meal and Fishoil Producers. The new organisation will be called the Danish Seafood Association and represents around 100 processing and trading companies with combined exports worth DKK16bn (EUR2.14bn).
The new ten-member board of the Danish Seafood Association includes Morten Rahbek Hansen from Rahbekfisk A/S as deputy chairman, and Palle Nimb from A. Espersen A/S, Jens Peter Klausen from JP Klausen & Co. A/S, Kim Roed Jensen from Kangamiut Seafood A/S, Kaj Schlie from Brdr. Schlie’s Fiskeeksport A/S, Flemming Knudsen from Royal Greenland A/S, Carsten Beith from Fonfisk Hanstholm A/S, Christian Espersen from Skagerakgroup A/S and Poul Petersen from Aker Seafoods Denmark A/S. Chairman of the board is Peter Bamburger, former chairman of Danmarks Fiskeindustri- og Eksportforening. The director of the Association will be Poul Melgaard, a former head of unit at Dansk Fisk. The Danish Seafood Association address will be part of the Confederation of Danish Industry, but with its own secretariat.
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