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Charles Høstlund has returned to his role as CEO of Norway Royal Salmon (NRS). Klaus Hatlebrekke’s function as interim CEO expired on Monday 25 April. Høstlund, who was CEO of NRS from 2014 to September 2021.

So, Høstlund said: “I have agreed to lead NRS in an interim period, and it is exciting to be back with the company. I look forward to seeing many familiar faces in the coming weeks.”

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On the other side, Hatlebrekke remarked: “It is natural to make a change now in this phase for the company. Charles and I have worked together for many years, and I look forward to continuing this collaboration.”

During the time Hatlebrekke occupied the role, NRS’s results for the last quarter of 2021 were by far better than in 2020.

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