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Leif Inge Nordhammer Appointed New SalMar CEO

Leif Inge Nordhammer has agreed to become Salmar's new CEO with effect from 20 January 2014. Nordhammer previously served as SalMar's CEO for a period of 15 years until he stepped down in 2011. 

Leif Inge Nordhammer has agreed to become Salmar's new CEO with effect from 20 January 2014. Nordhammer previously served as SalMar's CEO for a period of 15 years until he stepped down in 2011.

After a three-year break from operational management, Leif Inge Nordhammer has agreed to return to the top slot at SalMar. During Nordhammer's previous tenure as CEO, from 1996 until 2011, SalMar developed from a regional fish-farming operation into a leading international enterprise. This period of growth was characterised by strong results, both operationally and financially. The company has continued to build on this foundation over the past three years.

Bjørn Flatgård, who chairs SalMar's board of directors, said he was delighted to have concluded the search for Yngve Myhre's successor as chief executive so quickly and so satisfactorily.

 

 

If you would like to read more, please visit the SalMar website here.

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