Bladt switches CEO

For health-related reasons, Klaus Steen Mortensen resigns as chief executive at the foundation maker, which recruits a former offshore wind chief at Vestas and GE as his replacement.

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Danish foundation manufacturer Bladt appoints a new chief executive. After more than two and a half years, Klaus Steen Mortensen resigns from the position, replaced by another well-known wind industry profile, Anders Søe-Jensen, Bladt writes in a statement.

The 63-year-old CEO's departure is due to health-related reasons. The former head of Vestas' Northern European business suffers from a chronic heart disorder, which isn't deadly, however.

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