The controversial spin doctor Pallet Blacksmith must now again be in front, after he has been taken to play a central role in the Falck skandalens attack on the competitor Bios.
He holds the post as chairman of the board at Distribution Plus, which is owned by the two hovedrige Aller group and the Stibo group, and he is now required to provide an explanation:
'We have asked the Pallet Threw on immediately to get an explanation of the sequence of events, of which we only know through the media. In the Stibo group, it is of great concern to us that we comply with the law, and that we are operating an ethical and soundness of the business. We do not take decisions solely on the basis of what we can read in the newspapers, so when we received the statement from the Pallet Blacksmith, so the board will assess what the implications of this may be garden,' writes Carsten Christensen, adm. director, Stibo A/S, in an email to Ekstra Bladet.
Also, the Aller group notes Pallet Smeds role in Falck scandal:
'It does not fit with our values as a company, and we are therefore in dialogue with the majority shareholder in the Distribution Plus,' writes Magnus Hviid, communications manager, Aller Media, in an email to Ekstra Bladet.
Palle Smed has previously served in TV2's board of directors, has been the editor-in-chief on the Magazine 3F and head of communications in 3F. In addition, he has together led by social democrat Henrik Sass Larsen founded the available online piopio.
Through the recent time it has come up, how Falck has used a number of spin doctors including Pallet Threw in the attempt to weaken the competitor Bios.
Pallet Blacksmith informs in a text message that he does not have any comments.
Distribution Plus was originally founded by the A/S A-press along with the bl.a. Datagraf A/S (later Aller Media A/S) and Stibo Complete A/S. Palle Smed was at the foundation of the company was set apart as chairman of the board of A/S A-pressen, and he has in his period as chairman of the board, in cooperation with the company's management - done a lot of work to build the company up.
the Stibo group owns through one of its subsidiaries Stibo Complete a proportion of the shares in the Distribution Plus, which today has approx. 40 employees.
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