After a period with tremendous growth in the years 2010-2013 it was necessary to consolidate in 2014. The aim of the consolidation was to make the organisation leaner and more flexible and to reduce the marginal cost of operations.
As part of the restructuring of the organisation, Danske Commodities has strengthened the leadership structure by establishing a Senior Management Group to assist the CEO, and new processes have been introduced to enhance focus on core business and efficiency throughout the organisation.
Biggest independent provider of Direktvermarktung in Germany
Despite the restructuring of the organisation, Danske Commodities presents a positive result for the year and has firmly established its position as the biggest independent provider of Direktvermarktung in Germany and the second biggest in general with more than 4600 MW renewables under management. In 2015, this type of service will be expanded to other European countries.
Demand for Danske Commodities’ services and solutions that connect energy producers and consumers to opportunities in the European energy markets is as high as ever. Danske Commodities has more than 700 customers and counterparties.
“The consolidation process that Danske Commodities went through in 2014 has been completed. Like any other successful company, we will constantly be looking to improve cost efficiency and our processes, but our main focus will be on business”, says CEO Dirk Mausbeck.
With a combination of market knowledge, a strong customer base and a solid market position, Danske Commodities is now ready to unfold the full potential of the Company.