Logstor replaces CEO for the third time in one year

Following yet another executive reshuffle, the Danish pipe manufacturer Logstor has now recruited a long-time Danfoss exec to serve as CEO.

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Danish pipe manufacturer Logstor has appointed Kim Christensen to serve as CEO from Oct. 1, announced the company Thursday afternoon in a press release.

He will replace CFO Henning Bajer Beck, who has been acting CEO since July 1, after replacing Søren Mygind Eskildsen, who decided to step down after holding the position just five and a half months. Eskildsen had taken up the job from Yves Paletta in January of this year.

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