Lars Erik LunøeManagement

Lars Erik Lunøe

CEO

Lars Erik has extensive national and international leadership experience from the maritime sector. Telenor Maritime’s Board of Directors appointed Lars Erik Lunøe as CEO as of February 1, 2019.

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Lars Erik Lunøe appointed CEO of Telenor Maritime

Telenor Maritime’s Board of Directors has appointed Lars Erik Lunøe as CEO of Telenor Maritime. He will take up his new role as of February 1, 2019.

Future of maritime communications - Real time vessel data is a reality

Cruise & Ferry Review Magazine seeks Telenor Maritime’s opinion on the future

KNL acquisition

Telenor Maritime intends to bring digitization to the global merchant market by acquiring a Finnish tech company

Partnering up with the largest passenger shipping company in Greece

Telenor Maritime Expand the Mobile Ecosystem into the Mediterranean, partnering up with the largest passenger shipping company in Greece

Safer Barents Sea Environment after Goliat Network Upgrade

Telenor Maritime has entered into an agreement with Vår Energi AS to equip the Goliat field in the Barents Sea with 2G and 4G networks, improving safety and emergency response capability in the region.

Telenor deliver the fastest broadband on the sea of Åland to Eckerö Linjen

Eckerö Linjen attain the fastest broadband on the Sea of Åland when M/S Eckerö, operating between Grisslehamn and Åland, receives high-speed broadband from Telenor Maritime.

Silversea Cruises chose Telenor Maritime for three more years

This extension of the agreement is proof of quality. Now, Telenor Maritime will continue supporting and improving the complete digital value chain on board Silversea Cruises’ ultra-luxury ships, vastly enhancing both the guest experience and the operational efficiency.

Celebrating 15 years of collaboration with a strategic partnership

Telenor Maritime and Color Line are stepping up the pace for the digitalisation of the shipping industry.

Radio Link for Color Line in Skagerak

In a world that demands 5G networks for connecting almost 24 billion devices (that number is expected to pass 40 billion by 2025)*, the maritime industry rethinks how to deliver high-capacity connectivity to vessels.