Interschalt Extends Executive Board

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Tuesday, October 01, 2013
Ulf Hansen

Effective from October, 15th 2013 Mr. Ulf Hansen (47) will join the Executive Board of Interschalt  maritime Systems AG. He will share the Executive Board’s work with Robert Gärtner, who has been appointed to Chairman of the Executive Board.

Ulf Hansen, a graduate economist, contributes 30 years of broad international experience in the shipping industry.

With the extension of the Executive Board  Interschalt strengthens its strategy of change from a pure supplier for the shipbuilding industry to a global software and service partner for the global shipping industry.

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