New Vice President for Sustainability and Business Development at Optimar
Optimar announces Lene Christin Bratseth as Vice President for Sustainability and Business Development. She brings extensive experience from the fisheries and seafood industry, as well as economics and finance.
Bratseth joins Optimar from a position as Senior Advisor in the Sparebanken Møre’s Seafood Department and will take on the new role on March 1.
– All companies must adapt to the green shift to remain competitive. Sustainability efforts must go hand in hand with value creation, says Bratseth.
Lene Christin Bratseth is the new Vice President for Sustainability and Business Development in Optimar.
Georg Holger Saint-Denis, the CEO of Optimar, is confident that they have acquired valuable expertise.
– After an intensive and structured process, we are delighted to have found a new colleague in Lene Christin Bratseth. We were particularly impressed by her extensive experience, and I’m confident that she will contribute with sustainable ideas that benefit both customers and Optimar, Saint-Denis explains.
Positioned for a leading role in the green shift
Lene looks forward to seizing the opportunities ahead and believes Optimar is well-positioned for a leading role in the green shift.
– Optimar is a supplier to an industry in transition. Investments in new technology and expertise are necessary to address the green shift and solve challenges in the seafood industry. Optimar has already taken a clear position in developing solutions for sustainable seafood production, says Bratseth.
– I’m excited to be part of a skilled and innovative team developing solutions for better fish welfare, food safety, and efficient food production, Bratseth adds.
Optimar will continue to work closely with customers, suppliers, and other partners to develop effective solutions.
– We are committed to leading the industry in sustainability and, in particular, empowering our customers worldwide to achieve their sustainability goals with our advanced systems. Optimar looks forward to Lene’s contribution in advancing our commitment to a more sustainable future, Georg Holger Saint-Denis states.