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Anniversaries at Dantra

Many of the Dantra Group's 150 or so employees have been with the company for many years. Each year, several members of staff celebrate round and half-round anniversaries. The current situation is as follows:

10th anniversary
Kjeld Clausen Driver, Kolding

25th anniversary
Conni Kjær Logistics assistant, Troelstrup near Brædstrup

For a company like ours, it is necessary to be constantly at the forefront in areas such as safety, environment and quality management. In this context, attracting and retaining skilled and experienced people is crucial, and we attach great importance to long-term employee relations. It is therefore with both pride and pleasure that in 2012, for the third year in a row, we are celebrating a whole series of round and semi-round anniversaries from 10 years onwards.

- Marc Ahrenfeldt Jeel, Head of Transport

The two current anniversaries were marked with separate receptions at Dantra's headquarters in Hjøllund, where the anniversaries were celebrated and congratulated by the management and their colleagues. - It is a pleasure to see how, year after year, so many competent people enjoy working here. For us, both continuity and innovation are essential, and our people are of course our most important resource. We believe that an exciting professional environment with a focus on knowledge, quality and service is a key driver and motivator," concludes Marc Jeel.


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