Norway's Ulstein yard gets new director

Lars Lühr Olsen, who has been a part of Ulstein for 20 years, becomes new managing director of Ulstein Verft in Norway. His predecessor departed of his own accord, write several media.

Norwegian shipyard group Ulstein has appointed a new director. Lars Lühr Olsen, who was already part of the company, becomes managing director of Ulstein Verft, says the company in a statement.

Olsen has worked for Ulstein for over 20 years and has previously headed the company's shipping activities, among other things. He most recently served as purchasing director at the group.

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