Anders Runevad

  • Offshore Wind A/S, a MHI, Vestas JV gets Underway

    In early May operations got underway at MHI Vestas Offshore Wind A/S, a new company dedicated to offshore wind turbine business jointly established by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) and Vestas Wind Systems A/S (Vestas) of Denmark. The new joint-venture company (JV) consolidates the offshore wind power systems operations newly separated off from MHI and Vestas.
    “Vestas has entered offshore wind turbine market already in the 1990’s and has been taking a firm foothold in the market,” said a spokesperson at MHI. “Vestas is a world leading manufacturer in onshore wind turbine and boasts a second position in offshore wind turbine.”
    “MHI determined it to be suitable timing to establish the JV now based on a number of factors, such as the contemplated launching of 8MW wind turbine into the market,” continued the spokesperson at MHI.
    MHI Vestas Offshore Wind is ready to perform a complete roster of functions relating to offshore wind turbines: from development, design, procurement and manufacture to marketing and after-sale servicing. Initially the JV will conduct business around Vestas’ current 3-MW V112, a gear-type wind turbine, and a newly developed 8 MW V164.
    The new company is headquartered in Aarhus, Denmark. Capitalization has initially been set at approximately $198m, with MHI Holding Denmark ApS (MHD), an MHI group company in Denmark, and Vestas having equal ownership shares. In 2016 a call option will be exercised and the ownership ratios are planned to shift to MHD 51% and Vestas 49%. Going forward MHD is also scheduled to receive a maximum of $181.7m (amount equivalent to approximately 40% of MHD’s capital) in capital investment, in the form of preferred shares, from the Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC).
    “The Offshore wind turbine market is in positive trend and is expected to grow up for the long term period since a number of governments in the EU, especially the UK and Germany generally promote and provide support for installation of offshore wind as low carbon energy,” said the spokesperson at MHI.
    “Based on the trend of several European government’s policies, the large sized offshore wind market will be launched from within coming five years. EU based competitors are also in developing over 6MW class large wind turbines.”
    MHI Vestas Offshore Wind’s founding Chairman of the Board of Directors is Masafumi Wani, Chairman of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Europe, Ltd. Vice Chairman of the Board is Vestas CEO Anders Runevad. The new company launches with 380 employees.
    “Within the coming five years, we see that main market will be still in Europe, but we also will pay attention to possible business opportunities in other markets,” said the spokesperson at MHI.
    Presently the most vibrant markets for offshore wind turbines are the North Sea coastal countries, particularly the UK and Germany, and robust growth in this region is expected to continue going forward. In response, manufacturers of wind turbines today are developing large-scale models and have launched proactive initiatives to attract orders. MHI Vestas Offshore Wind, bringing together the superlative technological capabilities and abundant experience of its two parent partners, looks to be a winner in the fierce competition in this field.

    Profile of the New Joint Venture

    Company name:    MHI Vestas Offshore Wind A/S
    Business scope:    Development, design, procurement, manufacture, marketing and after-sale servicing of offshore wind turbines
    Establishment:    April 1, 2014
    Head office:    Aarhus, Denmark
    Capitalization:    approximately 144 million euros
    Officers:
    Chairman of the Board of Directors:    Masafumi Wani (MHI)
    Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors:    Anders Runevad (Vestas)
    CEO (Chief Executive Officer):    Jens Tommerup (Vestas)
    Co-CEO:    Jin Kato (MHI)
    CFO (Chief Financial Officer):     Takao Arai (MHI)
    CSO (Chief Sales Officer): Uffe Vinther-Schou(Vestas)
    COO (Chief Operations Officer): Flemming Ougaard (Vestas)
    CSO (Chief Strategy Officer):    Masato Yamada (MHI)
    CTO (Chief Technical Officer):    Torben Hvid Larsen (Vestas)
    Deputy CTO:    Masahide Umaya (MHI)
    Employees:    380
     

    (As published in the May 2014 edition of Marine Technology Reporter - http://www.marinetechnologynews.com/Magazine)

     

  • Rolf Williams, president of Anders Williams & Company, Inc., has announced the appointment of Frank A. Johnson as vice president, marketing and sales, and the promotion of Robert A. Glass to the position of general manager, marketing and sales. Mr. Glass joined Anders Williams & Company, Inc., two

  • In a surprise announcement, a minority stockholder of Royal Admiral Cruises, Arne Wilhelmsen, has recently divulged that his company, the Anders Wilhelmsen & Co. group, has exercised its right of first refusal to purchase the balance of Royal Admiral. Royal Admiral is the holding company for both

  • Co., Helsinki, Finland; I.M. Skaugen A/S, Oslo, Norway; and Johnson Line AB, Stockholm, Sweden. Of the original partners in RCCL, only Anders Wilhelmsen remains. Under terms of the partnership, Anders Wilhelmsen has the right to exercise an option to buy the shares of his partners. At

  • he served as superintendent engineer for a fleet of vessels operated by Seahawk Management, Inc. He is a graduate of the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy. Anders Jepsson has been named vice president- administration. He was previously financial director for Ifo Sanitar in Bromolla, Sweden. Wartsila Diesel

  • for delivery in May this year for installation on the first of four 45,000-dwt product tankers being built at the Boelweft yard in Belgium for Anders Jahre/Exmar of Norway. Saab Marine Electronics is represented in the U.S. by Salwico, Inc. of Hoboken, N.J. For additional information on the

  • 60,000-dwt tankers for the Chief Shipping Company, with delivery scheduled for the fall of 1980. Chief Shipping Company is a joint venture of Anders Jahre of Norway and Coral Navigation Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Dow Chemical Company. Masato Hiraki, NKK New York general manager, said

  • new ferries. Including the two new Townsend vessels, there have been 26 units of these engines ordered for six large ferries, the others being for Anders Jahre, North Sea Ferries, and SNCF. The two 20,000-gt Townsend ferries will be the largest ever built for cross-Channel service. With accommodations fo

  • have put a lot of effort into adapting the system to U.S. Navy standards, not to mention the work with the extensive documentation required," said Anders Roos, manager of the marine division of Saab Marine Electronics. "The U.S. Navy always puts the highest of demands on the equipment on board its

  • Marine Vehicle Conference held in San Diego, May 1-4, 1978, sponsored by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), and SNAME. Bob Anders announced that several new technical and research bulletins are now available. These are: T&R Bulletin 5-1, Advanced Surface Craft Economic Model

  • William Bascom; vice chairman, Ralph J. Bradford Jr.; secretary-treasurer, James C. Schaff; elected member of Executive Committee (to 1980), Robert J. Anders. Tom Cole, Executive Committee member, Northern California Section, presented a short talk on what will be happening at the National Spring Meeting

  • , C.W. (Bill) Bascom; vice chairman, Ralph J. Bradford Jr.; secretary-treasurer, James C. Schaff, and Executive Committee member (to 1980), Robert J. Anders. Henry P. Rumble, awards chairman, presented Philip Weintraub with a certificate of appreciation from National Headquarters for his work this

  • MR May-19#59  our 
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    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 59

    presenting to tem for marine vessels, received exten- to towboats and other vessels using the ty Association, said that, “through our the conference was Anders Ørgârd of sive attention at the conference. The waterway. A similar system is being de- growing collaboration over the last three the Danish ?

  • MR Feb-18#70 . Prior to his role at  pointed Anders Holme for the role of)
    February 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 70

    E-navigation specialist NAVTOR ap- trading. Both positions will report to the Ronald Tan Lian Huat. tors in Duqm/Oman. Prior to his role at pointed Anders Holme for the role of COO. ODC, Said was providing leadership and Chief Technology Of? cer. Holme will Marlink Expands in Japan governance for

  • MR Jun-17#50  corrosion and passive 
ager, Anders Skilbred, Ph.D., tells)
    June 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 50

    Jotun test station man- coatings tests on include S235 (equiva- against the heat of a hydrocarbon ? re. climate towards corrosion and passive ager, Anders Skilbred, Ph.D., tells us his lent to the U.S. standard A283C), the ? re protection”. If Jotun succeeds and arctic facility is partly about that

  • MR Jun-17#49  UV-based degradation. 
Dr. Anders Skilbred
Jotun’s overseer)
    June 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 49

    rays, or yet another consideration in an Arctic where the depleted ozone layer and 24-hour summer sun allows for more UV-based degradation. Dr. Anders Skilbred Jotun’s overseer of worldwide test facilities Photo: William Stoichevski SAAB – PIONEERING LEADERSHIP IN AIS AND NAVIGATION TECHNOLOGY NETWORKED

  • MR May-17#67  redundant hot-
now,” said Anders Lindmark, Head of 
standby)
    May 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 67

    Class A AIS using networked MKD (R5 are many reasons this is happening right CDU ) with options for multiple displays or fully redundant hot- now,” said Anders Lindmark, Head of standby installations Alfa Laval PureBallast, Alfa Laval Ma- Contact us today: Service friendly with USB port for updates and conf

  • MR Mar-17#68  treatment on vessels 
Tore Andersen, CEO, Optimarin
owned)
    March 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 68

    U.S. Coast Guard (USCG), Alfa Laval Pure- Ballast 3.1 has been selected for “We expect 2017 to be even better.” ballast water treatment on vessels Tore Andersen, CEO, Optimarin owned by STAMCO Ship Man- agement. Under the agreement, PureBallast 3.1 systems will be Order In? ux @ Optimarin “This order is

  • MR Nov-16#51  resolution changes, if it 
anders, shingles, and ?  lamentous)
    November 2016 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 51

    features, such as the formation of me- system and observe changes in the color scribe these high resolution changes, if it anders, shingles, and ? lamentous struc- based on optical instrumentation. For the wasn’t for the FlowCam operating in this tures, which formed due to the inter- ? rst time, they

  • MR Nov-15#64  well. At Norshipping in Oslo Anders  optimize performance)
    November 2015 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 64

    a commercial trial by the end of 2015. market but eventually to the inland ? eet The new range has been engineered to as well. At Norshipping in Oslo Anders optimize performance when working as Bergh, M.Sc. Sales Manager, Caterpillar part of an integrated propulsion train and Marine, explained that

  • MT Nov-14#38  coordina- of Rio de Janeiro. Anders Almestad, )
    November 2014 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 38

    with ded- in Niteroi, across the bay from the city “Bravante decided to source part of its icated onboard environmental coordina- of Rio de Janeiro. Anders Almestad,

  • MR Oct-15-77#32 , left to 
right: Robert J. Anders, secre-
tary-treasurer)
    October 15, 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 32

    in attendance concluded the meet- ing. Officers and guests shown at the SNAME San Diego Section, September meeting are, left to right: Robert J. Anders, secre- tary-treasurer; Larry A. Russon, papers chairman; Ross L. Haith, co-author of paper; Hans A. Hof- mann, featured speaker and co- author

  • MR Feb-80#28  Kosmos, a member 
of Norway)
    February 1980 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 28

    2 Owners Hitachi Zosen recently received orders for a total of three 60,000-dwt bulk carriers— two from Aksjeselskapet Kosmos, a member of Norway's Anders Jahre Group, and one from Epos Marine Corporation of Liberia. All three ships are Hitachi Zosen standard economical Panamax-type bulk carriers

  • MR Feb-80#15 , a mem-
ber of Norway)
    February 1980 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 15

    orders for a total of three 60,000-deadweight-ton bulk car- riers. Two of the vessels are for Aksjeselskapet Kosmos, a mem- ber of Norway's Anders Jahre Group, and one is for Epos Ma- rine Corp. of Liberia. All three vessels are Hitachi's standard Panamax-type bulk carriers, bringing

  • MT May-14#35  of the Board of Directors: Anders Runevad  (Vestas) CEO (Chief)
    May 2014 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 35

    approximately 144 million euros OfÞ cers: Chairman of the Board of Directors: Masafumi Wani (MHI) Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors: Anders Runevad (Vestas) CEO (Chief Executive Of Þ cer): Jens Tommerup (Vestas) Co-CEO: Jin Kato (MHI) CFO (Chief Financial Of Þ cer): Takao Arai (MHI) CSO

  • MT May-14#34  the Board  is Vestas CEO Anders Runevad. The new company launches)
    May 2014 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 34

    Chairman of the Board of Directors is Masafumi Wani, Chairman of Mitsubi- shi Heavy Industries Europe, Ltd. Vice Chairman of the Board is Vestas CEO Anders Runevad. The new company launches with 380 employees. ?Within the coming  ve years, we see that main market will be still in Europe, but we also will

  • MR May-81#38  
Participating Company 
Anders Jahre 
Sealink UK 
Operator)
    May 1981 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 38

    , Director, Intering GmbH, Hamburg Ferry to be discussed Prinsesse Ragnhild 4 new ships Kronprinsessan Victoria Visby Participating Company Anders Jahre Sealink UK Operator Operator Mediterranean Ferries The Behaviour and Prospects of NW European Ro-Ro ferry and short-sea operators:

  • MR Jun-15-81#38  Shipyard, Poland, and Erik 
Andersen, chief superintendent)
    June 15, 1981 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 38

    am Recent Third Generation RO/ ROs from Polish Builders for Norwegian Owners: Wojciech Zychski, chief design- er, Gdynia Shipyard, Poland, and Erik Andersen, chief superintendent, Leif Hoegh and Company A/S, Oslo. 11:40 am Combined Stabilization/Anti- heeling Systems and their Influence on RO/RO

  • MR Jun-15-81#37 , including Sea-
link UK, Anders Jahre, and two 
other)
    June 15, 1981 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 37

    ferry and the implications of their economics and their effects on ex- isting routes. A panel of leading ferry operators, including Sea- link UK, Anders Jahre, and two other major Scandinavian compa- nies, together with Compagnie Nationale Algerienne de Naviga- tion (CNAN), will discuss some of

  • MR Dec-15-83#19  to 
John P. Breslin, Carl-Anders 
Johnson, Justin E. Kerwin)
    December 15, 1983 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 19

    Luncheon held on November 10 the following awards were made: The Captain Joseph H. Linnard Prize for 1983 was presented to John P. Breslin, Carl-Anders Johnson, Justin E. Kerwin, and (continued on page 22) December 15,1983

  • MR May-15-84#4th Cover  yard in Belgium for Anders 
Jahre/Exmar of Norway)
    May 15, 1984 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 4th Cover

    for delivery in May this year for installation on the first of four 45,000-dwt product tankers being built at the Boel- weft yard in Belgium for Anders Jahre/Exmar of Norway. Saab Marine Electronics is rep- resented in the U.S. by Salwico, Inc. of Hoboken, N.J. For addi- tional information

  • MR Jul-15-84#28  pair 
of products tankers for Anders and 
Wilh. Wilhelmsen)
    July 15, 1984 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 28

    call: 301/539-0045 book appears thin. However, the last of three OBOs for Philippines Transmarine, together with a pair of products tankers for Anders and Wilh. Wilhelmsen and an ore/oil carrier for Ugland Management will ensure work until the latter half of next year. After that, activ- ity

  • MR Jul-15-84#18  and Ob-
jectives," by Anders M. Liaaen, 
managing)
    July 15, 1984 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 18

    Chairman: Bjorn Husemoen, di- rector, Kongsberg Engineering, Oslo. 2:00 pm—"Norwegian Industrial Involvement: Potentials and Ob- jectives," by Anders M. Liaaen, managing director, A.M. Liaaer A/ S, Alesund. 2:40 pm—"Critical Hardware and Control Aspects of Subsea Produc- tion Systems," by

  • MR Dec-87#60 , for 
the Norwegian shipowner Anders 
•Jahre of Sandefjord)
    December 1987 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 60

    single point bow loading and mooring system. The ship, built by Daewoo Shipbuilding & Heavy Machinery Ltd, Korea, for the Norwegian shipowner Anders •Jahre of Sandefjord for charter to Statfjord Transport, Norway, is a purpose-built tanker for lifting crude oil from the Statfjord North Sea

  • MR Apr-00#4th Cover  board include: Teije J.K. 
Andersen, managing director,)
    April 2000 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 4th Cover

    for two year period. Johan G. Hvide from Seatrans in Bergen was elected vice president. Other members of the new board include: Teije J.K. Andersen, managing director, Farstad Shipping ASA; Kjell G. Bjerke, man- aging director, Transocean; Einar Fredvik, managing director Ras- mussen Maritime

  • MR Sep-00#10  part two 
of his lifers as Anders Johansson who, 
like)
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    loyal to the firm for more than 30 years, still contributes his creativity to different Tillberg projects. Robert credits part two of his lifers as Anders Johansson who, like Moller has been with the firm for 30+ years. Although he is on the edge of retirement, Johansson operates out of the Swedish