MHI Vestas appoints new regional head of Asia Pacific

Offshore wind OEM MHI Vestas has appointed its former chief strategy officer as new manager for the region.

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Offshore wind turbine manufacturer MHI Vestas has appointed Masato Yamada as regional manager of the geographical area covering Asia and the Pacific Ocean. His primary task will be to accelerate the company's growth in the region, according to a statement issued by the turbine maker on Wednesday.

Yamada has been with MHI Vestas since the joint venture between Vestas and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries was established. He makes the transition from the position of chief strategy officer based in Aarhus, Denmark, but will work from MHI Vestas' Tokyo office going forward.

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