Deep Sea Supply CEO steps down

CEO of Norwegian offshore carrier Deep Sea Supply, Finn Amund Norbye, will step down by the end of the week, says the company.

Norske Siem Offshore (foto) er en anden norsk aktør i offshoremarkedet. | Photo: Siem Offshore

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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