CSSC Offshore & Marine Engineering top management resigns

CSSC Offshore & Marine Engineering top management resigns

CSSC Offshore & Marine Engineering (COME), formerly Guangzhou Shipyard International, has announced that it has received resignation letters from general manager Zhou Dusheng, two vice general manergs Jin Lichao and Chen Weiping, and chief engineer Mai Rongzhi.

Zhou Dusheng will retain his position as an executive director of the company, and the rest will leave the company.

COME said the resignations were due to changes within the company after a recently completed restructuring deal.

In May, COME completed the acquisition of assets in Guangzhou Wenchong Shipyard and Yangzhou Kejin Shipyard at a consideration of RMB4.527bn ($725.8m) and RMB968m ($156.1m) respectively.

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