OSM Maritime removes managerial level after CEO's exit

OSM Maritime has removed a managerial level after the company's former CEO, Bjørn Sprotte, left to move to V.Group last year. The chain of command now goes straight to OSM's parent company.

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Going forward, Finn Amund Norbye will head Norwegian ship management company OSM Maritime, he confirms to ShippingWatch, although he also figures on the company's website with the title of CEO.

Until recently, OSM Maritime was headed by Bjørn Sprotte, but Norbye is far from new to the company, as he is already CEO of OMH, the holding company that owns OSM and several other subsidiaries.

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