Offshore Marine Management Names MD

(Press Release)
Wednesday, August 22, 2012
Managing Director, Klaus Klingelholler

Offshore Marine Management GmbH (OMM GmbH) has announced the appointment of Managing Director Klaus Klingelhöller to the company.
 

 

Klaus joined OMM GmbH in early July of this year, bringing to the role over 25 years’ experience of working within the renewables industry both on and offshore. Klaus has worked in senior management roles with a number of offshore companies, most recently at RWE Offshore Logistics Company from where he joined OMM GmbH.

In his role at OMM GmbH Klaus will head up the company’s operations in Germany, applying his wealth of experience and knowledge to continue to build OMM as a strong service provider in the country. In his new role Klaus will be currently working with RWE, EPOCH, Windreich Global Tech 1 and Siemens.

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