CT Offshore under A2See management

Seacable company CT Offshore loses CEO Frank Hansen and, going forward, the company will be controlled by parent company A2Sea.

Photo: A2SEA, Tony Brands

Frank Hansen steps down as CEO of seacable company CT Offshore after less than a year on the job, and going forward the previously booming offshore company will be placed under the control of parent company A2Sea.

According to A2Sea CEO Jens Frederik Hansen, the acquisition marks a natural development, and the move represents a wish to optimize the resources in terms of overlapping customers, markets, and products.

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