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New Chairman of MHI Vestas

New Chairman of MHI Vestas

24-04-2015 12:00:00


MHI Vestas has gotten a new chairman. Masafumi Wani resigns after retiring as head of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries in Europe. He will hand the reins to Atsushi Maekawa. At the same time Hiromichi Morimoto is replaced by Yoshiyuki Hanasawa in the board.

Executive Vice President of Vestas, Anders Erik Runevad, continues as vice chairman, composed exclusively of top officials from Japan's Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Vestas. The other members are sales director of Vestas Juan Araluce y Martinez de Azagra, technical director Anders Jakob Vedel, Vestas, and MHI's Michisuke Nayama.

The changes took effect on 1 April this year. The joint venture company's Chief Executive is managing. Director Jens Tommerup and Jin Kato, who has the title of co-CEO.

MHI Vestas was formed by Vestas and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries to complete the development of offshore siting V164-8.0 MW. The mill was in early April approved by the leading classification group DNV GL.

Source: Børsen / Maritime Denmark


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