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Relyon Nutec Promotes Internal Talent and Implement Organizational Changes to Support Innovative Recharge Strategy

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5. April 2023

A new strategy requires the right people to drive it. Developing our people and investing in talent is key. 

"We have set ambitious targets for 2026, where our new “ReCharge” strategy aims to secure our position as the leading innovator protecting people, assets and the environment,” says Torben Harring, CEO of RelyOn Nutec. 

That is why we're pleased to share some key promotions and a new hiring that will help put our new strategy into motion. 


Marco Vanin, new Senior Vice President

Marco Vanin, 39, has been appointed Senior Vice President, Commercials. In this role, he will globally coordinate all commercial activities and be responsible for the following central functions: commercial excellence, marketing, managed services (TMS) and the workforce management team. 
Marco joined us in 2021 from a position as Director Global Academy at 3Shape. Prior to that, he spent 9 years working with advanced digital learning service platforms. As VP, Education and Products, in Area9, he was engaged with development and commercialisation of the architecture of Area9’s adaptive Rhapsode learning platform and worked two years for McGraw Hill Education. 
Marco holds a Master’s Degree in both Physics and Nano Technology and a PHD in Physics. 

Daniele Casale, new Global Head of Renewables, Commercials  

Daniele Casale, 38, will join us as Global Head of Renewables, Commercials.
Daniele has spent 13 years working in the renewable sector and joins from a position as Senior Manager in Copenhagen Offshore Partners. Here he was heavily involved in bid strategy and supply chain development for floating and bottom fixed wind farms across the CIP/COP portfolio. Prior to that, he worked in Oersted leading offshore cable installation projects and energisation overseeing both the technical and commercial aspects. During the first 5 years of his career, he worked as Lead Offshore Cable Installation Manager overseeing large high-voltage cable infrastructure projects, before contributing to the execution of more than 6 GW of offshore wind across Germany and the UK. 
Daniele holds a Master’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering and recently completed his MBA in Renewables from University of Berlin. 

Amber Bathoorn, Global Head of Managed Services  

Amber Bathoorn, 30, has been appointed Global Head of Managed Services. In this role, she will commercially and operationally coordinate our managed service activities globally, including leading the Rider application implementation team.
Amber joined us as Project Manager in 2021 and has been in charge of the development and deployment of Business Portal before she took on the task of establishing our global TMS hubs, which will continue to report to Amber, as part of our global TMS delivery. 
Previously, Amber worked 3 years with IT strategy, enterprise architecture and digital transformation including roll-out and implementation projects on behalf of the Danish IT consultancy house Staun&Stender. 
Amber holds a M.Sc. in Business Administration from Copenhagen Business School, DK, and Bachelor’s Degrees from both University of Groningen, NL, and Grenoble Ecole de Management, FR. 

Jonathan Williams, Vice President, IT Services  

Jonathan Williams, 48, has been appointed Vice President, IT Services and part of the Global Management Team.
Jonathan has been Global IT Director since 2015 and with the company since 2000. When RelyOn Nutec was part of Falck, Jonathan was part of the Cross Divisional IT Falck Board, and as such been involved in running large complex international IT organisations. Prior to that, he was IT manager for an offshore service business. 
With RelyOn Nutec now on a digital journey, greater focus on IT technology will be required in which Jonathan can support. 
Jonathan studied Computer Science and graduated from Teesside University (UK) in 1992. 

WorkSafe to report to VP, Harry van der Vossen 
The overall responsibility of our control of work application “WorkSafe” will move to Harry van der Vossen. 

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