Raimon Strunck (53) has been appointed as MW Werften's Chief Technology Officer (CTO), taking over the newly created role on October 1. His responsibilities include project management, design, planning as well as procurement and logistics. He is a member of the senior management and reports to CEO Peter Fetten.
"MV Werften has a unique and remarkable newbuilding program. This program now has to be successfully implemented," explained Raimon Strunck. "I look forward to helping the company achieve its goals, both in terms of the new construction projects themselves as well as in the effective organization of the company."
A qualified engineer, Raimon Strunck has 24 years of professional experience in the shipbuilding industry. After studying mechanical engineering at the University of Hanover, he held various positions in the areas of project management, sales and planning, working for different shipyards in Germany and abroad. His experience includes three years at HDW in Kiel and 15 years at the Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschaft. Most recently, Raimon Strunck served as managing director of the Neptun Shipyard in Rostock, where, amongst other things, he oversaw the construction of 14 river cruise ships, an LNG gas tanker and multiple floating engine room units for cruise vessels.
"We are delighted that Raimon Strunck has joined the MV Werften team. With his extensive experience in project managing new ship builds as well as his experience in business and personnel management, our shipyard group is gaining a skilled industry expert," remarked Carsten J. Haake, MV Werften's managing director.
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