Scana Propulsion Appoint Temporary CEO

MaritimePropulsion.com
Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Terje Arnesen (51) has been temporarily engaged as CEO of Scana Propulsion, effective 12th August 2013.

According to Scana, Terje Arnesen is a very experienced senior manager. He left the position as CEO of Bergen Group ASA in May this year. He has also held the positions as Executive Vice President, Shipbuilding and Excecutive Vice President, Maritime Sevices in Bergen Group. Before joining Bergen Group, he held the position as CEO in Bennex Group and several senior positions within Rolls-Royce Marine such as Director Growth Team, Executive Vice President Aftermarket Services, Regional Director North Europe, Regional Director South Europe, and Managing Director Rolls Royce in Spain. In earlier days, Terje held sales positions within Ulstein Bergen, as well as technical positions within Diesel Power AS and Berner&Larsen AS.

"Terje Arnesen is engaged by Scana for strengthening the strategic position and growth path of  Scana Propulsion.  Terje knows this business very well and I am sure he will bring in much added value to our strategic, as well as operative development. When the strategic position is reviewed and implementation is well underway, Terje will hand over the position to a successor. I am very pleased that Terje has undertaken this task," says CEO of Scana Industrier ASA, Rolf Roverud.
 

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