Denmark: Ramboll Appoints New Business Development Director

Ramboll Oil & Gas in Copenhagen increases focus on its clients by welcoming onboard Nils Adamsen to a newly established position as Business Development Director.

“We are very pleased to welcome Nils to Ramboll Oil & Gas. I believe that his experience with starting up new departments combined with his knowledge of Key Account Management, business development, sales and tenders will greatly benefit our organisation and not least our clients,” says Regional Director in Copenhagen, Henrik Juhl.

With more than 20 years of experience across multiple sectors in the industry and from companies such as Disa Industries, Brüel & Kjær Vibro A/S, and Alfa Laval, Nils has gained valuable experience in working with tender, contract and frame agreement management.

He has collaborated closely with major clients in the Nordic region, Eastern Europe, the Middle East, India and China and has dealt with a large number of projects where client-specific design and safety have been key issues.

Nils Adamsen holds a B.Sc. degree in mechanical engineering from Copenhagen University College of Engineering and additionally he holds a degree in engineering business administration from the Technical University of Denmark.

Press Release, October 12, 2012

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