Fred. Olsen Cruise Strains managing director, Mike Rodwell, has introduced that he’s to retire on the finish of August subsequent 12 months, following 15 years within the position and 31 years with the Fred. Olsen firms.
Rodwell has labored throughout quite a few the Fred. Olsen companies since he joined the group in 1987, together with his first position as accountant for Fred. Olsen’s first-ever designated cruise ship, Black Prince.
Following this preliminary position, he spent 4 years as monetary controller for Fred. Olsen Journey, earlier than a short interval as monetary and industrial supervisor for Fred. Olsen Cruise Strains, from September 1994 to November 1995.
It was then that Rodwell turned industrial director, a task that he held for eight-and-a-half years, earlier than he was promoted to managing director of the cruise line in 2004.
Rodwell mentioned: “After a substantial amount of thought, I’ve taken the choice to retire on the finish of August 2019, shortly after my 60th birthday.
“It has actually not been a straightforward resolution, and one which I’ve not taken calmly.
“In my time with Fred. Olsen, I’ve labored in quite a few assorted roles and have seen the Cruise Strains enterprise develop from humble beginnings and with just one ship, to the massively profitable operation that it’s now, with 4 ocean ships, our new river ship Brabant and a buyer base that continues to broaden, regardless of the market being extra aggressive than ever.
“I wish to thank all the many individuals whom, maybe with out even realising, have made my lengthy profession with Fred. Olsen such an gratifying one.
“I’ll look again at these 30 plus years with immense pleasure in any respect we’ve got achieved collectively, and I do know I’ll miss it.”
Rodwell lives in Colchester, Essex, together with his spouse, and has three grown-up youngsters.
The method to nominate a brand new managing director at Fred. Olsen Cruise Strains is at the moment below means.