Bergen, Norway, August 3, 2020—StormGeo today announces the appointment of Kim Hedegaard Sørensen as the new Chief Operating Officer for StormGeo’s shipping division. Sørensen begins his new role immediately.
Mr. Sørensen has an extensive portfolio of global C-level leadership positions in shipping and transportation, including CEO of Nordics Nagel-Group, Blue Water Shipping, and TransAtlantic Industrial Shipping. He also brings with him 17 years’ experience with Danish integrated shipping and container logistics company A.P. Møller – Mærsk Group.
“I am thrilled to begin work at StormGeo during such a transformative period in the shipping industry,” said Sørensen. “StormGeo’s position as a cutting-edge leader in the digital space, as well as its progressive profile on leading the industry through climate change, made joining StormGeo an ideal choice.”
“Kim is a dynamic leader and brings a proven track record in the shipping industry,” said StormGeo CEO Søren Andersen. “As the only company to offer integrated shipping solutions from planning and navigation, route advisory and fleet performance, Kim will be instrumental in driving our shipping business forward to support customer and industry transformation.”
StormGeo is a global provider of weather intelligence and decision support services, with leading solutions for shipping, oil and gas, renewable energy, utilities, cross industries, media and aviation. StormGeo’s products and services help clients manage risk, optimize performance, reduce costs and increase revenue amid climate change. The company has 24 offices in 18 countries, including eight 24/7/365 global operations centers.
StormGeo leads at the forefront of navigating the 21st century challenges of digitalization and climate change. As a participant in the UN Global Compact for Sustainable Ocean Business, our passion for weather and the protection of natural resources motivates us to support our clients in making informed, environmentally responsible business decisions. For more information, visit stormgeo.com.