Arctia appoints a Senior Vice President for Offshore and Marine Services

BA Petri Aho has been appointed Arctia’s Senior Vice President for Offshore and Marine Services from 1 July 2018 onward.

Mr. Aho has previously worked in, for example, the energy industry in support services for both renewable energy and the oil and gas industries in Europe, and in various management and sales positions in the Far East. He will be a member of Arctia Group’s Management Team, and reports directly to the CEO.

Welcome aboard to Arctia, Petri!

President & CEO Tero Vauraste

(media contact: Communications Manager Eero Hokkanen, tel. +358 46 876 7140)

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