Cetinkaya has been Copenhagen office manager with the company since October 2016.
CM Aqua supplies German-made HEX drum filters, GALAXY protein skimmers, Oxywise oxygen generators, and AL2 sludge system belt-filters for recirculating aquaculture systems.
The company, which was recently bought by Norwegian RAS maker Nofitech Holdings AS, has experienced fast growth and has been a winner of a Danish Gazelle award for the past three years. The awards recognise Danish companies that show continuous growth and have doubled turnover over a four-year period.
CM Aqua said the main driving factor has been the rapid success of the aquaculture business with salmon and the innovative team creating corrosion-resistant equipment for solutions introduced in salt water.
“Having Camilla as the director in our office in Copenhagen will establish a platform for further growth,” said CM Aqua chief executive Kurt Carlsen in a press release.
‘Exactly who we need’
“She certainly knows how to handle a business and is exactly the person we need to develop our team in Denmark, with a focus on optimal service to our customers.
“The updated organization will also allow to shift focus. We are building teams worldwide, having a substantial global presence, expanding our sales into solutions within the aquaculture sector, taking advantage of our experience to generate more value for our customers.”
Cetinkaya said: “My motivation is to have happy customers, satisfied with our service and products. You can only achieve those success parameters with a dedicated team, and I am here to do my part.”