Maersk Tankers to move to new office

Oct 05 2018

Maersk Tankers is to relocate its Copenhagen head office from Nicolai Eigtveds Gade to Holmbladsgade next year.

All 160 employees will transfer to the new address. 

The new office reflects Maersk Tankers’ ambition to create a market-leading digital tanker company, the company explained.

“The office will support our ambition of becoming a digital tanker company that provides competitive services to customers and partners through our algorithmic-based trading, scale and global presence,” said Christian Ingerslev, Maersk Tankers CEO. “A modern, digital and cost-efficient setting will promote this at the same time, as it will offer our employees an environment that promotes collaboration, engagement and well-being.”

The new office, Huset EDISON, will house the company’s employees in a larger office building of 3,076 sq m at a more central location.

“We are looking forward to moving to a developing part of Copenhagen, whose cutting-edge character suits our company,” said Ingerslev. “While Nicolai Eigtveds Gade has served us well, it is time for us to move to a new and modern environment, which reflects our ambition.”

The company plans to move to the new office by 1st September, 2019 at the latest.

The Holmbladsgade office is currently being prepared for Maersk Tankers by Top Danmark, the building’s owner and developer. 



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