Peter Pietka steps down at Ardent

The new owners of salvage company Ardent are changing the company's strategy. The new course includes a farewell to CEO Peter Pietka. The company will also move away from decommissioning, which it has otherwise been pursuing in recent years.

Peter Pietka stopper som CEO for Ardent. | Photo: PR / Ardent

Salvage company Ardent changes its new chief executive officer and moves its headquarters to Europe as part of a change in strategy.

In September the company was sold by its former owners, Maersk's Svitzer and Crowley Maritime. The buyers were company Aurelius Finance Partners along with Ardent's management.

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