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Swire Blue Ocean announces new CEO

Swire Blue Ocean announces new CEO

14-02-2018 12:00:00


Swire Blue Ocean, a Danish subsidiary of Swire Pacific Offshore based in Singapore, has announced Mikkel Gleerup as their new CEO. Gleerup was hired in the company under the title of Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) in February 2017.

Since November 2017, Gleerup has worked under the title of temporary CEO and the board has now decided that he is the right person to lead Swire Blue Ocean into the future, the company states.

Swire Blue Ocean is based in Copenhagen, Denmark. The company works with the installation of offshore wind farms and operates two wind turbine installation vessels, Pacific Orca and Pacific Osprey.

Besides being in possession of the two installation vessels, the company works on other projects with installation of offshore wind farms as they offer Swire Pacific Offshore's fleet of over 80 support vessels.

In June 2016, Siemens hired Swire Blue Ocean to install 84 Siemens 7MW turbines in the 588 MW Beatrice offshore wind farm.

source: Offshore Wind / Maritime Denmark


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