Rolls-Royce Announces New Marine Appointment

Thursday, February 14, 2002
Rolls-Royce announced a senior management change within its marine business. Andreas Fokkens will be appointed president, commercial marine, a post he will take in June when the outgoing president, Morten Ulstein, completes his three-year term in charge of the business. Fokkens is currently managing director, marine electronics, a post he has held since last September, and is responsible for electronic systems, including power electronics and automation and control systems. Previously, Fokkens was with ABB.

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