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A2Sea parts ways with CEO

Siemens and Dong Energy's offshore carrier has let its CEO go. His replacement was recruited internally.

A2Sea has appointed a new CEO, effective immediately. Former CEO, Jens Frederik Hansen, has been replaced by CFO Michael Glavind, informs the carrier in a press release, in which A2Sea further states that the departure was decided on "in mutual agreement".

The company also writes that Jens Frederik Hansen has no further comment on his departure. Meanwhile, it is evident that the board made the final decision.

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