Copenhagen Airports A/S (CPH) has appointed a new CCO: Peter Krogsgaard

By Charlotte Turner |

Copenhagen Airports A/S (CPH) has appointed a new CCO: Peter Krogsgaard, who joins CPH from a position as Managing Director of Fujitsu Denmark and Norway.


Peter Krogsgaard takes up his position as CCO on 1 September. He replaces Carsten Nørland who resigned as CCO at the end of March.


In the past 15 years, Krogsgaard has held a number of management positions with various companies in IT and telecommunications, including Fujitsu, Teliasonera, HI3G, Nokia and Orange. He holds an MBA Executive from the AVT Business School.


“We are pursuing a clear growth strategy aiming to expand our position as the key hub of northern Europe,” said Copenhagen Airport’s CEO Thomas Woldbye.


Copenhagen Airports A/S (CPH) has appointed a new CCO: Peter Krogsgaard.


“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.”


“CPH plays a key role for all of Denmark and is a company,which many Danes are rightfully proud of,” said Peter Krogsgaard. “I look forward to joining the executive team and to contribute to making Copenhagen Airport develop through extraordinary customer experiences and strong commercial success.”

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