company with experience in serving customers worldwide.
Our main range of products:
- EU/South American CHEESE : Mozarella, Cheddar,
Gouda, Edam, Feta etc
- EU/Australian/South American MILK-& WHEY POWDERS:
such as Skimmed Milk Powder, Full Cream Milk Powder,
high and low fat powders as well as de-mineralized and
- EU/Australian CASEIN and CASEINATES
- EU/Australian/South American BUTTER 82% fat, butter
blend & butter oil
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- Nordea Bank Danmark
6. oktober 2014
11. jul.2012 Daisy Krongaard jonglerer hver dag med mejerivarer for millioner i sit firma DK Milk Den tyske firehjulstrækker på parkeringspladsen har fået følgeskab af en lille rød sportsvogn. Noget siger mig, at den rappe røde sag også tilhører direktøren for handelshuset DK Milk A/S. "Ja, jeg fik forhandlet en god pris hjem på den, men hundene kan bedre lide pladsen i firehjulstrækkeren," Ler Daisy Krongaard. De isblå øjne og det blonde hår leder automatisk tankerne hen på en isdronning. Sådan en, der ved, hvilken vej hun vil. Sådan en, Mercedes-forhandleren helt sikkert stadig kan huske. Og sikkert ikke vil sælge en ny bil igen. Fordi prisen blev presset helt i bund. Sådan en, der bevarer det kølige overblik, når der ryger et par millioner i svinget på et valutakurstab. Sådan en, som gør det, der skal til. Også selvom det ikke altid skaffer hende venner. Sådan en, der anbefaler sin bankrådgiver som den rette til at bidrage med input til portrættet. Han må dog ikke udtale s ig (det siger banken), så bolden spilles videre til den tidligere kollega Nitesh Pal, der har kendt Daisy Krongaard i 15 år.
"Hun er skarp og utrolig dygtig. En hård forhandler, der ved, hvad det handler om. Det er godt, at vi ikke er i samme branche," ler Nitesh Pal, der sælger fisk og skaldyr i Nordic Seafood. Han tilføjer, at hun taler meget, men i øvrigt tager luften ud af enhver blondinejoke. "Hun er virkelig smart og ved, hvordan hun skal tale med folk. Hun er slået igennem i en svær branche," siger Nitesh Pal. Hun er både imødekommende og venlig, men de isblå øjne er skarpe. Og hun er velforberedt. Daisy Krongaard har opbygget et globalt handelsselskab forankret i handel med mejeriprodukter. Hun er uddannet og nærmest opvokset i branchen. For omkring ti år siden besluttede hun at gå solo og fik i 2009 sin virksomhed kåret som gazelle af Børsen. "Jeg klarede mig godt og følte mig sikker på, at j eg kunne gør e det endnu bedre på egen hånd. Når du står på dit talent, så er det jo også sjovt, det du laver," forklarer direktøren, der er landsmandsdatter fra Haderslev. Den slanke kvinde med det karakteristiske skandinaviske udseende vækker opsigt på de markeder, DK Milk begår sig. Især Nordafrika og Fjernøsten. Men det lader hun sig ikke mærke med. Forretningsforbindelser over hele verden er i dag blevet del af Daisy Krongaards fundament. Det er nemlig ikke uden konsekvenser at sætte alt ind på karrieren. Hvad har været dit største offer for karrieren? "Min personlige energi. Men det gør man jo gerne. Jeg har ikke nogen familie endnu, men det er heller ikke sikkert, at mit liv egner sig til det. Som single giver du automatisk maksimalt t il virksomheden," Lyder det fra direktøren, der bruger otte til ti timer på en normal arbejdsdag. Men arbejdet får ikke længere lov til at komme med hjem til huset ved vandet i Blokhus. Kroppen sagde fra, og Daisy Krongaard Lagde sit liv om. Hun rejser dog stadig en del for at pleje både leverandører og kunder. "Jeg har valgt en livsstil med hele verdenskortet foran mig, og jeg bruger det flittigt. Det bliver en livsstil med mange rejsedage, og det er givende at være ude i verden," forklarer direktøren, der har svært ved at se sig selv i et traditionelt dansk parforhold. "Det virker begrænsende. For mig handler det om at sikre hinanden plads til at udvikle sig sammen, men også hver for sig," siger Daisy Krongaard.
Da flere forskellige rådgivere gav hende flere forskellige råd omkring valg af granit og marmor ti sommerboligen under opførelse, tog Daisy Krongaard selv affære. "Jeg tog ned på de fabrikker i Italien, der producerer disse sten, og fik de svar, jeg havde brug for," konstaterer hun. Privat ynder Daisy Krongaard at rejse til Thailand, hvor batterierne bliver ladet op tæt ved vandet. I de lande, hun besøger mindst to gange om året, opbevarer hun bagage på hotellerne. " Derfor rejser jeg kun med håndbagage. Så undgår man stress over at skulle pakke og unødig ventetid på bagage", forklarer hun. Også det spirituelle og astrologien har taget plads i direktørens liv. "J eg styrer ikke min virksomhed efter det, men jeg er meget bevidst om både spiritualitet og astrologi. For mig personligt er det gode redskaber til at navigere igennem tilværelsen," siger Daisy Krongaard. firstname.lastname@example.org
Tough negotiator in a risky industry Daisy Krongaard dairy products worth millions every day in her business DK Milk. PORTRAIT By Malene Severinsen The four-wheel drive German ear in the parking lot has got the company of a little red sports ear. Something tells me that the fast red thing also belongs to the DK Milk A/S CEO. ·'Yes. I got it at a good price. but the dogs prefer the spacious four-wheel d rive, Daisy Krongaard smiles. The ice blue eyes and the blond hair automatically make you think of an iee queen. One who knows what she wants. One who I'm sure the Mercedes dealer still remembers. And one I'm sure he doesn't want to sell a ear to again. Because the price was haggled all the way through the floor. One who keeps her cool when a few millions are lost to exchange losses. One who does what it takes. Even if it creates more enemies than friends. One who recommends her financial adviser as the right person to talk to for input on this portrait. However, he isn't allowed to say anything (the bank says), so the turn goes to former eolleague Nitesh Pal, who has known Daisy Kronggard for more than 15 years. Tough industry ·'She is very sharp and very skilled. A tough negotiator who knows the business. lf s good we're not in the same business," Nitesh Pal. who sells fish and seafood in Nordic Seafood, says and smiles. He adds that she talks a lot, but that she deflates every blonde joke. "She is really smart and knows how to talk to people. She has succeeded in a very tough industry," Nitesh Pal says. She is both accommodating and friendly. but the ice blue eyes are razor sharp. And she is well -prepared. Daisy Krongaard has built a global trading company anchored in trading with dairy products. She is trained and practically grew up in the business. About ten years ago, she decided to go solo and in 2009 her business was awarded the Gazelle award by Børsen. "I was doing well and was sure that I eould do it even better on my own. When you're using your talent, doing what you do is fun." the CEO, who is a farmer's daughter from Haderslev, explains. The slim woman with typical Scandinavian features attracts attention in the markets DK Milk enters. Especially North Africa and the Far East. But she pays no attention to that. Business relationships all over the world are Daisy Krongaard 's fundament nowadays. Betting all on your career has consequences. What 's your biggest career sacrifice ? "My personal energy. But I don't mind that. I haven't got a family yet, but I'm not so sure that my life was meant for that. As a single person. you automatically give everything to your business. " the CEO, whose normal workdays are eight to ten hours, says.
But she doesn’t bring work with her to her house by the sea in Blokhus anymore. Her body started protesting, and Daisy Krongaard made some changes to her lifestyle. She still travels a lot dealing with both suppliers and customers. "I have chosen a lifestyle with the entire world as my office and I use it all the time. It's a lifestyle of many business trips and it's very fulfilling to be out in the world," the CEO, who has trouble seeing herself in a traditional Danish couple relationship, says. "'It seems limiting. For me, if s important to give each other room to develop together, but also apart." Daisy Krongaard says. Took care of the deal herself When several different advisors gave her different advice on granite and marble for the vacation home she was building, Daisy Krongaard took care of the deal herseIf. "I went round to the factories in Italy who make these rocks and got the answers I needed." she says. When not on business. Daisy Krongaard loves travelling to Thailand where she charges her batteries by the sea. In countries she visits at least twice a year. she stores luggage at the hotels. "Therefore, I only travel with carry on. That way I can avoid the stress of packing and spending unnecessary time waiting for my luggage," she explains. The spiritual world and astrology also play a part in the CEO's life. "I don't run my business according to it, but I'm very conscious about spirituality and astrology. For me personally, they are great tools for navigating through life." Daisy Krongaard says. Trading house in ruins due to failures Linas Agro has been hit by supplier failure, expensive raw materials and fraud. Together, they have deflated the company. COMMERCE By Malene Severinsen The misfortunes line up at Linas Agro A/S in Aalborg. A big red bottom line of almost DKK 50 million has knocked the trading house to the ground that is sent to census by failing deliveries, increasing raw material prices and a business partner who has cheated the off millions. "Our parent company has bought all the shares in the company and we have changed our structure so that we no longer sell the majority of our raw materials. but instead at as an agent to Linas Agro in Lithuania,'" says CEO Henrik Klindt Petersen, who has sold his 40% shareholdings to AB Linas Agro. Empty moneybox Still, the Lithuanian parent company has been forced to restore equity in the ordic trading house as a loss of DKK 49.6 million i n 2010/2011 has emptied the compan y's moneybox. Linas Agro, former Rosenkrantz N S. has specialised in grain and feed wholesale and vegetable oils. In 2010/2011 the Danish company ·s market share decreased by approx. 25% to 750,000 tons, but increasing prices on raw materials have maintained the turnover. which lands on DKK 1.3 million. In return, problems have lined up at the bottom line. Particularly supplier failure has brought Linas Agro down for the count. Annulments and failing raw material deliveries from alread y signed contracts in the Balkan area
have been costly. Because it has forced the ordic trading house to buy its raw materials somewhere else to be able to fulfil its sales contracts. Expensive to buy '·We have completed all our deliveries, but it has been expensive to buy in a market where the prices on raw materials have been increasing," Henrik Klindt Petersen explains. DK Milk A/S in Nørresundby that specializes in global trading of bulk dairy prod uets has noticed an increase in raw material prices. "We expect the same development in 201 2,'. Daisy Krongaard says. The DK Milk CEO has managed to buoy up her eamings and expects a surplus of DKK 2.2 million in 2010/201 1. which is on par with last year. At Linas Agro, a not only volatile price on raw materials has put pressure on the company. A long-standing business partner has in the last financial statement swindled the company out of several millions by issuing false warehouse receipts in connection with pre-payments. When you look back on last year. is there anything you could have done differently? "We haven't done anything different than the previous years. Our risk management has been as strong as always, but we should have been more cautious towards our suppliers." says Henrik Klindt Petersen. Lower turnover The CEO stresses that the company has followed its customary procedures. '·We haven't speculated in a way that might have exposed us on purpose," he says. In his new role as 100% owned subsidiary and sales agent to the Linas Agro Group, the Danish business must wave goodbye its million -dollar tumover. However, the CEO does not want to comment on how m uch Jess the revenue might be. Beliefs in a stable year despite fluctuations EXPORT By Malene Severinsen CEO Daisy Krongaard expects 201 2 to be a good year for DK Milk A/S. even if the radar has gone red. "It will be a year with focus on management of large and sudden market fluctuations, which will require flexibility and timely care of the organisation." says the CEO who has grossed well over DKK 6 million in the trading house in Nørresundby in the last two years. Looking overseas In addition, exchange rate management will play a major part in safe navigation, Daisy Krongaard adds. She hardly expects Europe to be a growth area in 2012. which causes DK Milk to look overseas. The Euro will be a leverage ·'Exports to other countries must be a priority, especially as the increasingly strong dollar in 2012 in relation to the Euro is a lever for increased exports," is Daisy Krongaard 's assessment.
The two Danish trading houses Nowaco A/S in Aalborg and Kangamiut Seafood A/S in Dronninglund, who both specialise in food, are looking further to achieve growth. For these companies, Africa, among others, is on the radar. Risky trade worth billions SPECULA TIONS By Malene Severinsen Massive market speculations increase the risk and forces Danish trading houses to be on their toes. "The market is more brutal and volatile as a result of tremendous raw material price fluctuations, and it has been costly to Linas Agro. Suppliers' failures forced the trading house turn to the market to buy stock for their signed sales contracts. and it was an expensive shopping trip as prices had increased significantly. '·On top of that, exchange rates have fluctuated more extremely than before;' says Henrik Klindt Petersen. At the DK Milk A/S trading house in Nørresundby, specializing in dairy products. CEO Daisy Krongaard has another dark horse on her radar. "Another major theme of 2012 will be the oil price as dairy commodities have followed oil prices very closely and are expected to do so also in 2012. However, we expect the OPEC countries and USA to prepare for a price increase due to the situation in Iran to help achieve a better global economy," Daisy Krongaard assesses. Financing has also become much more difficult in the vulnerable market. "Globally it 's a difficult market to get financing for. The banks are not particularly willing to issue loans. It has become more difficult to finance commodity trading in a sensible way," Henrik Klindt Petersen notes. Consolidation According to the CEO, this means that more companies will be looking to consolidate. "Some trading houses close down, while others work together. At the moment, the business is known as very volatile and that forces many to consolidate," Henrik Klindt Petersen explains. Among other things, there are uncertainties regarding supply and demand. which makes the market uncertain, he adds.
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