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Full name: KLAUS LYNGE
Danish nationality with CPR # 011239-1525 - and current passport: #214060298
Resident in Peru with Immigration Card #000918426
Residence in Peru: Calle Cantuarias 236 - Miraflores, Lima
Cellular Peru: +51 949 300 177
Mobil Denmark: +45 2329 7406
Websites: www.pusac.org and www.runasimi.net
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org - and- email@example.com
Education and training
Klaus Lynge holds the EUR ING title awarded by Feani - European Federation of Engineers - and is a member of the Danish National College of Engineers: IDA
Klaus is born and raised in the Nordic culture - in Denmark, where he was trained and educated as an industrial engineer in organizations such as Nordisk Elektrisk, Technical University of Denmark, Copenhagen Business School, KESF and others.
In Denmark Klaus worked in large companies such as Arcodan, Hardi International, Kosan and NKT Cables as technical manager, production manager, factory manager etc - but for a few years he also led the 'off-shore' work laying the submarine pipelines for fresh water to the Island of Capri, Italy
Experience in Peru
Klaus came to Peru as a representative of the Danish Ministry of Transport in its agreement with MTC of Peru, and when the ministry withdrew he stayed. He is now a resident.
From the beginning he has crossed travelled all the mountain ranges from Santa Maria de Nieva in the north to Desaguadero in the south and had worked with the local authorities on their particular problems - in general electrification and infrastructure. (Example: Municipality of Bambamarca, Municipality of Chuquibamba, Municipality of Celendín, Municipality of Sitacocha + Region Renom and Region Cajamarca)
Infrastructure is to understand as all the technical systems that connect a society, city, country, continent - and infrastructure together with organization - understood as the ability to organize - is what can raise a country to a higher level of development.
The experience deep in Peru led to the book "Landet der kaldes Peru" ISBN 87-988133-0-7 - a compilation of observations and experiences about Peru - with an emphasis on transportation.
His activity as a consultant led him as lecturer at events in the National Congress, in universities and in educational organizations - for talks and lectures as external professor - and he has worked as advisor to COMMPE (College of Officers of the Merchant Marine of Peru), the Maritime Block and Fentenapu.
In Peru it has participated in tenders for ports, tunnels, project evaluation, etc. and has discussed ports and railways with all authorities in the field.
He worked with mining companies such as Omen Milenium, Mineria Mapsa, Apurimac Ferrum and 'Carbones & Derivados' mainly trying to establish a port for the export of their minerals on the southern coast and solve the heavy transport from their mines.
An old problem, which has not yet found its solution.
Klaus IS NOT member of CIP = Association of Engineers in Peru. Klaus hold more than 50 years organized in IDA of Denmark
In Peru he is related to the professional groups around CIDATT: 'Center of Investigation Development and Assistance to Land Transport'.
2): Principles for navigation with rafts of Tupac Yupanki type (Kon-Tikis) - (http://www.runasimi.net)
3): Structure in formulation of National Constitutions - (http://www.runasimi.net/const.htm)
4): Heavy transportation from central mines to their overseas markets - (http://www.pusac.org)
Patron de Yate (Yacht Skipper) #01135-16, DICAPI 2015. (his only official Peruvian education)