Tore Ulstein

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Tore Ulstein

Tore Ulstein (born 21 December 1967) is deputy CEO (since 2006) and Chairman of the Board (since 2011) in Ulstein Group and Ulstein Shipping. Tore Ulstein is son of Ulstein Group's previous CEO, Idar Ulstein (1934–2012).

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Tore Ulstein is a PhD in marine hydrodynamics from Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), and holds an engineering degree from NTNU and a Diploma from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Tore Ulstein has worked as a first assistant professor II at NTNU and as a PhD in engineering at Marintek's vessel department. He has been project manager and senior advisor in several of the Ulstein companies. Since 1999 he has had positions as assistant managing director and managing director in several of the Ulstein companies.

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Prior to Tore Ulstein's position as Chairman of the Board in Ulstein Group, he was for several years deputy Chairman of the Board. He is a board member in several organisations and companies. He has been the president [1] of NHO - Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise , he is a member of the Board of Division for Innovation, a member of the Norwegian Academy of Technological Sciences, a member of the Study Program Council for Marine Engineering, a member of the steering committee of the Global Centres of Expertice - Maritime, a member of Norwegian Industries' Innovation Committee, and a member of Det Norske Veritas' (DNV) Nordic Committee for Safety at Sea.

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  1. "Tore Ulstein elected new president of NHO (The Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise)". Retrieved 5 December 2017.