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Morten Martens BreivikChief Strategy Officer (CSO)

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Chief Strategy Officer (CSO)

Morten is a Master Mariner with 29 years of experience in the maritime and offshore industries. He has held senior management positions in vessel, rig and platform operations. For the past 17 years he has gained further experience from his top-level management positions in offshore oil & energy, and maritime communications companies.

Employed as COS since February 2016, and now CSO, Morten works passionately on developing and executing Telenor Maritime's strategy plan to drive innovation, growth and sustainability, and create a company where our workforce thrives.

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Morten Martens Breivik´s articles:

Maritime digital communications for a sustainable future

Knut Fjellheim, Chief Technology Innovation Officer and Morten Aarvik, Sales Manager, IoT & Digitalization at Telenor Maritime in Norway talk about digitizing the marine industry.

Europort 2023

We welcome you to visit our team on the Norwegian pavilion at this year's Europort, the maritime meeting place for the latest technology trends and updates.