Höegh Autoliners has appointed Oskar Orstadius as chief of sales and Lise Duetoft as interim chief strategy and analytics officer.

Orstadius joined Höegh Autoliners in 2012 as head of global port and cargo operation. In 2014, he transferred to the commercial department as head of breakbulk before moving to Tokyo, Japan, in 2018 to take on the role of head of Asia. He replaces Thomas Ramdahl.

Duetoft has been an investment director at Höegh Capital Partners. Prior to that, she held senior leadership roles in strategy, mergers and acquisitions, and commercial development at European technology company Computacenter.

The appointments follow a number of changes to Höegh’s management team. Earlier this year, the company said that Andreas Enger will succeed Thor Jørgen Guttormsen as ceo, which HLPFI reported here, and that Per Øivind Rosmo will take on the chief financial officer (cfo) role.