CEO of family-owned yard group steps down after 22 years

Gunvor Ulstein steps down as chief executive of family-owned shipyard group Ulstein Group, which she has headed for 22 years. However, she continues on the board of the holding company.

For 22 years, Gunvor Ulstein has been in charge of the Ulstein Group. Now she passes the torch. | Photo: PR / Ulstein Group

Norwegian shipyard group Ulstein Group needs a new CEO.

After 22 years at the helm of the family-owned group, Gunvor Ulstein steps down from the position as CEO. She does, however, retain her seat on the board of Ulsmo, Ulstein's main owner, and she will continue to be involved in several subsidiaries.

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