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LM Wind Power has announced that it has found a replacement for its CEO, Roland Sunden, who announced his resignation last week.

Leo Schot has been appointed as the company's new CEO. He joins LM Wind Power from Siemens Wind Power, where he currently serves as CEO of the company's global supply chain.

Before joining Siemens, Schot worked for Fokker Special Products, Fokker Aircraft, Enron Wind and GE Wind Energy in various senior and executive functions. He has also been active in leadership roles with a variety of business associations, including the Logistic Management Association in the Netherlands.

Schot will assume his new position on June 15.



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