Fritz Schur Energy and Fritz Schur Teknik are upgrading their sales activities on wind and non-wind. As of March 1, Trine Dalsgaard has been appointed as the new Chief Sales Officer for the two companies. Trine Dalsgaard has worked with sales and marketing of technical products for more than 25 years and most recently came from a position as self-employed in consulting and advisory services in the energy sector. Trine Dalsgaard will be at the forefront of a renewed and strategic approach to sales.
"The addition of Trine is a bit of a scoop in terms of the development we look into. Trine's background and competencies in sales from both wind and non-wind, is the ideal match for us. It is two markets that we have a strong focus on, and see great opportunities in. I am convinced that the employment will be of great value to our customers, who will benefit from Trine's broad experience and innovative approach to sales,” says Mads Mads-Ole Astrupgaard, CEO of Fritz Schur Energy.
I look forward to meeting our customers and partners, and not least gain insight into what concerns them and what challenges they may have. Only then can we differentiate ourselves in the market and meet our customer’s needs in the best possible way - regardless of whether it is wind or non-wind.”
Trine Dalsgaard has for many years been involved in sales and representation of interests within renewable energy. For 11 years, she helped grow Vestas as their Sales Director. In addition, she has held leading sales positions in, among others, Nature Energy and Vestergaard Company A/S. She is a skilled export engineer with a master’s in Engineering Business Administration. Trine has excellent experience with key account management, business development, contract negotiation and marketing plans.
“I am incredibly happy to be a part of Fritz Schur Energy and Fritz Schur Teknik, and I am very much looking forward to get to know all the aspects of the business. I look forward to meeting our customers and partners, and not least gain insight into what concerns them and what challenges they may have. Only then can we differentiate ourselves in the market and meet our customer’s needs in the best possible way - regardless of whether it is wind or non-wind,” says Trine Dalsgaard.