Vestas CEO to Step Down

May 7, 2019

file Image (Credit Vestas)
file Image (Credit Vestas)

Danish wind turbine maker Vestas on Tuesday said that its chief executive, Anders Runevad, would step down in August as part of its long-term succession planning.

Runevad is to be replaced by Henrik Andersen, a Vestas board member and CEO of Danish coatings company Hempel. 

Reporting by Stine Jacobsen



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