Bergen Group CEO resigns

Major Norwegian shipyard Bergen Group has agreed with CEO Asle Solheim on his resignation by late September this year. "Absolutely a mutual decision," the company's chairman tells ShippingWatch.

Bergen Group has in recent years performed numerous divestments and budget cuts, and in this light it is now time to say goodbye to the shipyard group's CEO, Asle Solheim.

"That it's now time for a change at the group is a completely natural decision. We now need to evaluate the corporate structure, and Asle Solheim's resignation is absolutely a mutual decision," chairman Tor Lars Onarheim tells ShippingWatch.

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