"New projects, new services, new staff, and new locations”
Posted by: Global Maritime | Date: October 13, 2022
"New projects, new services, new staff, and new locations” - Global Maritime announces new management structure as growth continues
Marine, offshore and engineering consultancy Global Maritime announce its new management structure after consistent company growth.
Growth is the name of the game at Global Maritime, as the independent offshore and engineering consultancy unveil their new worldwide management structure.
The move will position Global Maritime to better service their customers, boost efficiency, and negate unnecessary delays. It comes after several recent significant and strategically important contract wins for the maritime specialists, including the Baltic Power project in Poland from Northland Power, announced last week.
Known for innovation, integrity, operational excellence, and its solutions-based approach, the company is now looking to have an increased focus on their four business streams – Marine Warranty, Marine Services, Engineering and Software, and Marine Operations.
The already exciting management team will be further bolstered by the creation of dedicated Chief Operating Officer’s for the Marine and Engineering & Execution business units – Ekkehard Stade and Mats Olsvik respectively. Already part of the Global Maritime team, Ekkehard and Mats will assume responsibility for the business streams that feed into their units.
Senior management will stay the same with Jonny Logan as Chief Executive Officer and Livar Melhus as Chief Financial Officer and Deputy Chief Executive Officer.
Scott Cruttenden becomes the Business Development Director, responsible for the company’s global business development, tendering, and marketing & communications and retains his role as Head of Renewables.
And the restructuring presents an opportunity to develop and nurture the existing talent already within the company’s skilled global team, which includes a wide variety of roles from master mariners to crane inspectors and process and risk analysts.
Jonny Logan, CEO for Global Maritime, said: “This was a really important step for us as we continue to grow our business across each of our service areas. With new projects, new services, new staff, and new locations, we were acutely aware of the potential for bottlenecks to arise.”
“This new structure is scalable, allowing us to create new business streams as demand for our services is growing. Not only will it allow us to continue delivering the high standards of service our customers have come to expect but, importantly, it gives us the chance to uplift existing members of the Global Maritime team into management positions,” Mr. Logan added.
The new structure came into place in October 2022, and the company is starting the process of recruiting and filling new roles.