After ten years as head of Norwegian offshore carrier Deep Sea Supply, Finn Amund Norbye will now step down, says the company in a brief to the Oslo Stock Exchange. The exact conditions surrounding the deal between Norbye and the board are not made clear, but Chairman Harald Thorstein says in the statement:
"Finn Amund Norbye has been an energetic and structured CEO who has done an excellent job in developing Deep Sea Supply to a leading international offshore company."
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