EIVA CEO Hansen Resigns

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

The board of directors of maritime and offshore software provider EIVA has accepted Lars Hansen’s resignation as CEO. Hansen has accepted a new management position in the United States and will relocate to the US with his family towards the end of the year.

“We have appreciated Lars’ dedicated management style and straightforward way of communicating during the time we have had the pleasure of working with him. We wish Lars and his family all the best on their relocation to the US”, said Frans Boch, Chairman of the Board as comment from the board of directors of EIVA.

The board of directors has initiated the process of recruiting a new CEO.

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