EMAS Offshore CEO Steps Down
- Business & Finance
EMAS Offshore has informed that the company’s chief executive officer Adarash Kumar (Capt. Kumar) has resigned from its position, effective April 06, 2018.
“The board would like to express appreciation to Captain Kumar for his contributions to the group during his tenure and wishes him well in his future endeavours,” EMAS Offshore said.
Capt. Kumar will continue in his duties and responsibilities pending the appointment of a suitable candidate, the company noted.
Capt. Kumar took the CEO role in 2015, when he stepped down from Ezra Holdings as an executive director of the board and his position as group chief operating officer, to fully concentrate on his role with EMAS Offshore.
Prior to joining Ezra Holdings, he was an assistant general manager of Bumi Armada Navigation and held various positions onboard vessels while working for the Malaysian International Shipping Corp.
Kumar is a qualified master mariner and holds a certificate of competency as master of a foreign going ship issued by the Malaysian Marine Department.