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LM Wind Power, a Denmark-based wind turbine blade manufacturer and supplier of components and services to the wind energy industry, has announced that its CEO, Roland Sunden, is leaving after six years with the company.

Tim Robson, a non-executive director, will act as interim CEO until a successor is named.

"I would like to thank Roland for his hard work and efforts over the past six years as CEO and wish him all the best for the future,” says John Leahy, chairman of the company.



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