Leadership change at DeepOcean

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Netherlands based subsea service provider DeepOcean will get a new man at the top after its current CEO stepped down.

Current chief operating officer, Ottar Mæland, will take over the responsibilities as acting CEO of DeepOcean from mid-November.

"I am excited to take on the role as acting CEO of DeepOcean and further develop and expand our offerings,” said Mr Mæland, acting CEO of DeepOcean.

“DeepOcean has a fantastic platform to offer both existing and new customers innovative services with a clear focus on safety”, stated.

Mr Mæland Ottar has been with DeepOcean for over ten years and has strong expertise in our business areas.

After leading DeepOcean through what the company call a successful ownership change, Bart Heijermans, the current CEO of DeepOcean, decided to step down from his position from 18 November 2017.

He has agreed to remain on the Board as a non-executive director.

By Anne-Marie Causer

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