Ingerslev takes the helm at Maersk Supply Service
Former Maersk Tankers boss Christian M. Ingerslev is taking over the top position at offshore energy contractor Maersk Supply Service.
After leading Maersk Tankers for the past seven years, Ingerslev is replacing Steen S. Karstensen, who has headed up Maersk Supply Service since 2016.
The move follows the sale of Maersk Supply Service to A.P. Moller Holding, the parent company of A.P. Moller Group, and the appointment of a new board of directors with A.P. Moller Holding’s finance chief, Martin N. Larsen, as chair.
“We are pleased to welcome Christian to Maersk Supply Service. He has shown great leadership in his previous roles and, with Christian at the helm, we are confident that we will have a smooth transition into an independent offshore service company, while preparing Maersk Supply Service to grow its business to further support the energy transition,” said Larsen.
Founded in 1967, Maersk Supply Service operates a fleet of 36 vessels and has a wind turbine installation vessel on order at Singapore’s Sembcorp Marine for delivery into US waters in 2025 on a firm contract with Empire Offshore Wind, a joint venture between Equinor and BP.