Peter Krogsgaard named new Commercial Chief at Copenhagen Airport
Peter Krogsgaard will soon be the new Chief Commercial Officer of at Copenhagen Airports. Krogsgaard will replace Mr. Carsten Norland who left his executive post last March. Effective September 1, the new CCO will lead the daily business activities of the airport.
The 45-year old Krogsgaard was the former Managing Director at Fujitsu Denmark and Norway. For the past 15 years, he’s been working in companies focused on IT and telecommunications. He’s been given management positions and has worked for big names like Nokia, Orange, HI3G, Teliasonera, and the last one, Fujitsu.
Krosgaard is excited to work at the CPH and contribute to the development of the company. He believes the airport plays a major role in the whole of Denmark. He also looks forward to bringing the Copenhagen Airport more success and a more impressive customer experience for all travelers.
Copenhagen Airport CEO Thomas Woldbye is positive about Krosgaard coming on board and believes the latter will be an asset to the company. He said: “We are pursuing a clear growth strategy aiming to expand our position as the key hub of northern Europe. Providing an attractive offering to airlines and travellers and the continued development of e-commerce are key fields in the competition with other European airports. I look forward to working with Peter Krogsgaard, and I am confident that he can take us further in our strategic journey that is already well under way. Peter has a very strong track record.”
Krosgaard has a proven track record in the industry. He also holds an MBA Executive degree from the AVT Business School in Copenhagen, Denmark.