Viking Life-Saving Equipment CEO Retires

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Viking Life-Saving Equipment A/S CEO and Group Managing Director, Kjeld Amann, will retire following the group’s annual general meeting on March 15, 2010. During Amann’s tenure as CEO the group has grown its business volume considerably. The company has enlarged its global owned network of sales, service and stock points to more than 50 and with more than 250 certified service and sales agents. Amann will be succeeded as CEO by Henrik Uhd Christensen the present Global Sales and Marketing Director, who has been with Viking for 17.5 years, including five years as managing director of Viking Germany.

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