Radio Holland Appoints New Regional Director Asia

Published Oct 17, 2017
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Radio Holland’s New Regional Director Asia, Steen Brodsgaard Lund (photo: Radio Holland)

Radio Holland has appointed Steen Brodsgaard Lund as Regional Director Asia. Steen will be responsible for Radio Holland’s operations in Asia, with offices in China, Hong Kong, Singapore and Malaysia. Steen Lund has significant experience in the maritime industry. He started in 1987 as a Trainee at A.P. Moller Maersk in Denmark, and spent 21 years in the group holding in a variety of commercial and operational leadership positions. His last assignment at A.P. Moller Maersk was Senior VP Eastern Operations Centre in Singapore. He left Maersk in 2009 to join Germanischer Lloyd in 2010 as Executive VP and Regional Manager for Asia, based in Shanghai. Following the merger between DNV and GL, Steen was appointed Regional Manager for South East Asia, Oceania and India at DNV GL, based in Singapore.

Steen Lund says, “Having spent 21 years in ship owning and 8 in classification, I bring a varied experience and understanding of the maritime industry to Radio Holland. Growing the Radio Holland brand in Asia is a priority. Our aim and drive is to make the global organisation of 80 offices along the major shipping routes available to service the shipping community and expand our engagement with Asian ship building centres and ports. Service of installations on board vessels will be front and centre of our interaction with ship owners and managers, while building towards a future where remote monitoring, diagnostics and maintenance increasingly will become a reality.”

Steen is a Danish national, and developed his career over the past 28 years while living in Pakistan, South Korea, India, Hong Kong, China and Singapore. He adds, “Being a 100 year ‘young’ company, Radio Holland has a solid heritage and an unrivalled competence in maritime electronics. It is evident that Radio Holland employees are proud of the expertise they have built up. It is a privilege to have the opportunity to work with the best in the industry and be part of shaping the rapid digitalisation taking place in the maritime industry. I look forward to engaging with existing and new users of our products, solutions and services.”

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