New Chairman and Board members on CMP Board

At the Annual General Meeting on 28 April 2010, the following new Board members were elected to the Board of Copenhagen Malmö Port AB (CMP):

• Carsten Koch, Managing Director of Lønmodtagernes Dyrtidsfond and Chairman of the Board of By & Havn I/S.

• Stefan Lindhe, member of the City Executive Board of Malmö and first Deputy Chairman of the Culture Committee.

• Mette Reissmann, Director of consultancy firm Allinfact, Board member of By & Havn I/S and political spokesperson for the Social Democrats in Copenhagen.

• Bengt Gustafsson, port worker, (employee representative).

Current ordinary Board members Peter Maskell and Anders Rubin were also elected as the Chairperson and Vice-chairperson of the Board respectively at the meeting.

• Peter Maskell is a professor at Copenhagen Business School and has been on the Board of CMP since 2001.

• Anders Rubin sits on the Malmö City Council and has been a Board member of CMP since 2007.

Current ordinary Board members Joen Magnusson, Åke Svensson and Michael Soetmann were also re-elected. Thomas Bendtsen, Kerry Forsberg and Søren Nyegaard were re-elected as employee representatives on the Board.

Information on the current Board members can be found in the Annual Report for 2009 and on the website –

The following people left the Board of CMP at the AGM: former Chairman of the Board Flemming Hansen, former Vice-chairman of the Board Bengt Madsen, Anne Vang (Board member) and Rolf Hansson, (employee representative).

For further information, please contact:

– Peter Maskell, Chairman of the Board, CMP, telephone +45 3815 2881
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