Inrotech welcomes Henrik Lenskjold as its new Chief Executive Officer. Henrik, who served as the Chief Operation Officer at Inrotech for six years, has been appointed for this position.
After a decade of dedicated service as the CEO, Gert Jørgensen has decided to retire, passing the reins to the former COO, Henrik Lenskjold. This transition was carefully planned in advance.
Henrik Lenskjold brings a wealth of expertise in welding technology, management, and strategic acumen from his extensive tenure as the COO of Inrotech.
Henriks previous responsibility with hardware development, his close collaboration with stakeholders and customers, and deployment of equipment plays a crucial role for a company operating with complex software and system development for welding robots.
“We are delighted to welcome Henrik as the new CEO of Inrotech. We are confident that his insights into welding technology and strategic thinking will propel our mission to remain at the forefront of welding automation,” says Gert Jørgensen, former CEO of Inrotech.
Leading an Ambitious Growth Strategy
Inrotech is recognized as a supplier of welding robots for shipyards and various large steel structures such as wind turbine towers. As Inrotech continues its growth trajectory and navigates exciting developments, Henrik Lenskjold will assume leadership.
“Inrotech is an incredibly exciting company with a proud history rooted in Lindø shipyard, forming the basis for its unique market position today. There is still substantial potential within shipbuilding, the wind industry, and heavy industries overall, all of which are reflected in Inrotech’s growth strategy. I am thrilled to lead a company with ambitious global aspirations,” stated Henrik Lenskjold, CEO of Inrotech.
Gert Jørgensen will maintain ownership and a position as Business Advisor in Inrotech alongside the board with Clausen Group.