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Former Svitzer director shifts to Topaz

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Svitzer's former Managing Director for the Americas, Martin Helweg, will move to offshore carrier Topaz Energy and Marine, where he will take on the COO post. He will be reunited with his former colleague Rene Kofod-Olsen.


BY NIKLAS KRIGSLUND
Published 11.04.17 at 12:05

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