Maritime Montering Announces Key Corporate Restructuring and New CFO Appointment

Monica Tennøy, the Group’s new CFO

Maritime Montering is pleased to announce a significant milestone in the Group’s evolution. As part of an ongoing commitment to innovation and excellence, the Maritime Montering Group has recently undertaken a reorganization of its corporate structure.

As part of this reorganization, Monica Tennøy is appointed as the group’s new Chief Financial Officer (CFO). This is a newly created position designed to strengthen Maritime Montering’s financial oversight and strategic financial planning.

“As we continue to grow, the reorganizing is a proactive step towards ensuring that Maritime Montering remains agile and responsive to the dynamic market landscape.”, says Daniel Garden, Group CEO at Maritime Montering, “At this new stage, we are delighted to welcome Monica  as our new CFO. Her vast experience and a proven track record will be instrumental in driving our financial strategy and supporting our mission to deliver exceptional value to our customers and stakeholders.”

Monica Tennøy comes from the similar position of CFO at R&M Ship Interior in Norway and holds an MA in Informatics and Economics from Molde University College. For many years she has overseen business financial activities both in the national and international markets.

In this new role, she will oversee all financial activities of Maritime Montering worldwide including strategic financial planning and analysis, accounting, tax, treasury, capital Management, M&A, ESG, stakeholder management and execution of overall financial strategies.

Monica commented on her new appointment: “I am delighted to join the Maritime Montering family. This is a company with an impressive growth story and market recognition.  I’m looking forward to contribute my experience into Group’s financial prosperity as their new CFO.

Monica Tennøy will start her new position on 1 august 2024 and will be part of Maritime Montering’s Group management.

For more information, please contact: 

Daniel Garden
Group CEO
Tel: +47 99 71 61 93

Maritime Montering is a Norwegian Group of eight companies in Asia and Europe that offers turnkey ship accommodation solutions to shipyards worldwide. The company was founded in Bygstad, Norway, in 1981 and now employs more than 500 people in Norway, Poland, Romania, Turkey, India and China, with production facilities for furniture in Poland and marine materials in China. Passioned about enhancing the sea experience, Maritime Montering has successfully completed over 1,100 projects, transforming maritime spaces.




Maritime Montering Gets Contract for Accommodation Outfitting of Six Vessels  being built by Udupi Cochin Shipyard for Wilson Shipowning AS

Recently, Udupi Cochin Shipyard commenced work for six 3,800 dwt newbuild vessels for Norwegian shipping company Wilson Ship owning AS, a key player in the European short-sea shipping market.

The complete interior and outfitting of all six vessels at Udupi Cochin Shipyard will be undertaken by Maritime Montering, the Norwegian Group through its companies in India and Romania.

The first vessel is scheduled for delivery by early 2025. Maritime Montering India, in collaboration with Maritime Montering Romania, will commence outfitting of the vessels with the latest maritime accommodations solutions, ensuring efficiency, safety, and sustainability of the working environment for crew.

“We are thrilled to be selected by Udupi Cochin Shipyard for this project, that will fulfil our group’s objective of improving the maritime living and working environment and also give impetus to the shipyard’s make in India vision.” said Uday Natu, CEO of MM India. “The entrusted 6 vessels demonstrates the confidence our clients have in our ability to deliver world-class accommodation solutions for their vessels.”


Project Overview

The six dry cargo vessels are being built at Udupi Cochin Shipyard, a facility renowned for its advanced shipbuilding capabilities. These vessels are part of Wilson Shipowning AS’s ongoing fleet expansion and modernization strategy, aimed at enhancing operational efficiency and environmental sustainability.

The vessels are designed to adapt to a wide range of fuel and energy types going forward, that makes them environmentally friendly. The “Future proof Dry Cargo Vessel” are expected to enhance Wilson Shipowning AS’s fleet capabilities, supporting their operations across various international routes and commitment to a sustainable maritime industry.

Maritime Montering is selected  for the turnkey  accommodation of all 6 cargo vessels which includes: interior, accommodation of living, working  and technical spaces.

MM Romania office as a material supply hub, will ensure that only the highest quality materials are sourced and delivered promptly. Meanwhile, MM India office will leverage its specialized expertise in installation to guarantee that each vessel is outfitted to the highest standards of safety and efficiency.

This landmark contract underscores the strong partnership and technical expertise of both Maritime Montering’s entities, to bring the high Norwegian standards to the Indian maritime industry.

“We are excited about the opportunities this collaboration presents and are committed to upholding the highest standards of excellence in projects we undertake, –  added Cornel Mihaila, Project Manager at MM Romania – This achievement is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our teams, and we look forward to contributing to the success of the shipyard with our outfitting solutions.”


For further information, please contact.

Uday Natu, CEO
Maritime Montering India


About Udupi Cochin Shipyard

Udupi Cochin Shipyard Limited, the wholly owned subsidiary of Cochin Shipyard Limited is one of India’s premier shipbuilding facilities, known for its advanced infrastructure and skilled workforce. The shipyard specializes in constructing a wide range of vessels, from cargo ships to specialized maritime equipment, serving both domestic and international markets.

About Wilson Shipowning AS

Wilson Shipowning AS is Norwegian shipping company, specializing in short-sea shipping operations across Europe. The company has a fleet of around 130 vessels and transport about 15 million tonnes of dry cargo across Europe.

About Maritime Montering

Maritime Montering is a leading provider of outfitting services for the maritime industry. With a dedicated 500+ team of professionals and a passion for excellence, MM Group has completed over 1100 interior projects that transform maritime spaces. Today, MM Group is present in 6 countries and keep growing.



70 Ton Bollard Pull ASD Tug

Kochi, India

Maritime Montering India (Marinor), announces the successful completion of a turnkey accommodation and HVAC project for a 12-man crew on a 70 Ton Bollard Pull ASD Tug. This project was executed at the new location in Udupi shipyard, recently acquired by Cochin Shipyard Ltd, one of India’s largest government-owned shipyards.

From the small to large vessels, every project managed by MM India stands a testament to the commitment of “Make in India” initiative, aimed at fostering innovation and delivering best-in-class maritime accommodation within the country.

The successful completion of this project not only underscores our dedication to supporting India’s maritime industry but also highlights our ability to adapt and thrive in new environments. Our team in India worked diligently to ensure that the accommodation and HVAC systems met the highest standards of safety, comfort, and efficiency, providing the crew with optimal living and working conditions. Click MM’s portfolio to see the rusult in pictures Konna Star – Maritime Montering

We extend our gratitude to Udupi Cochin Shipyard for their support and collaboration, which has been instrumental in achieving this milestone. Together, we continue to drive the vision of a self-reliant India, contributing to the nation’s growth and prosperity.


For media inquiries, please contact:

Uday Natu, CEO
Maritime Montering India

Maritime Montering continues partnership with Sedef Shipyard by signing a new contract to outfit container vessels

Maritime Montering Turkey announces new contracts for accommodation and interior services of  two 650 TEU container vessels, newly built by Sedef Shipyard in Turkey.

The focus of this order is to create interior spaces that improve the overall well-being and productivity of the crew members. Maritime Montering office in Turkey is committed to delivering high-quality accommodations that support the demanding needs of maritime professionals, as well as support quality approach well known for Sedef Shipyard.

This project underscores MM’s dedication to enhancing the working conditions for the crew, ensuring that their living and working spaces meet the highest standards of comfort, safety, and functionality.

“We are proud to be entrusted with this significant project, and thus to extend our partnership with Sedef Shipyard ” said Zafer Şanlı, sales manager at MM Turkey. ” Our team is prepared to deliver exceptional results, reinforcing our reputation for quality and excellence.”

Work on this project will commence immediately, with completion expected by the end of 2025. We look forward to successfully delivering these upgraded accommodations and contributing to the overall success of these vessels.


For more information, please contact:

Maritime Montering Turkey

Zafer Şanlı, Sales Manager


About Sedef Shipyard

Sedef Shipyard, established in 1972 in Turkey, is one of the country’s leading shipyards. Located in Tuzla, Istanbul, it specializes in building and repairing a wide range of vessels, including commercial, military, and luxury ships. Sedef Shipyard has collaborated with numerous international partners and has played a significant role in both the Turkish and global maritime industries.


Maritime Montering Turkey:

MM Turkey is a part of Norwegian Group Maritime Montering  established in 1981. MM Turkey  was incorporated in 2015, as a course of Group’s expansion with the intent to deliver innovative and high-quality ship interior and accomodation to vessels in Turkey. High commitment to quality and innovative excellence has positioned MM Group as a trusted partner in the maritime industry with over 1100 project completed and and global presence in 6 countries.

MM Delivers Result: Maritime Montering announces the successful outfitting of the newest naval ship, Den Helder, with top-tier accommodation and interior quality.


The construction of Combat Support Ship Den Helder began in December 2020 by Damen in Romania and is scheduled to be transferred the Royal Netherlands Navy (RNLN) at the end of 2025.

Maritime Montering Romania has meticulously handled the full accommodation and outfitting of the Den Helder vessel, ensuring that the crew will benefit from the highest standards of living and working conditions on board.

In the accommodation solutions for the Den Helder project Maritime Montering was  following  navy standards with special attention to comfort, ergonomics, and opportunities for living, rest, and work spaces. This ensures, that the Den Helder is not only a powerful naval asset, but also a vessel where the crew can operate in optimal conditions during missions.


Read a detailed review about MM’s accommodation result for Den Helder in the special interview with Willem Burger, senior project-engineer, for and experience in pictures  the created working and living spaces of Combat Support Ship Den Helder.

Norwegian wood must make Den Helder’s newest naval ship comfortable (


“We are honoured to be entrusted by Damen Naval for the interior of the Den Helder project,” –  said Razvan Secuianu, Project manager at Maritime Montering Romania – “In every navy vessel we outfit, we strongly believe that it is more than just a workplace. First of all, it is a home. For the Den Helder, we have reached a balance and now it can offer 76 crew members a lot of comfort in every interior detail”.

Maritime Montering’s expertise in maritime outfitting and our commitment to quality have been instrumental in completing this project to the highest standards. We are excited to continue our work with Damen Naval for naval forces around the world, delivering solutions that enhance both operational capability and crew welfare.


About Den Helder:

The Den Helder is a Combat Support Ship (CSS) and its duties will be to supply naval vessels with with fuel, spare parts, and ammunition. Learn more about Den Helder: Combat support ship/ bevoorradingsschip Den Helder (


About Damen Naval:

Damen Naval is the dedicated naval shipbuilding division of the Damen Shipyards Group. With roots stretching back almost 150 years – to the Royal Schelde yard in Vlissingen – Damen Naval is the only naval original equipment manufacturer (OEM) in the Netherlands. Having delivered more than 400 vessels to customers around the world, Damen Naval offers a role as designer, engineer, builder, integrator, and service provider throughout our ships’ lifecycle.

Currently, Damen Naval is leading a series of naval projects for NATO/EU partners: the F126 frigate programme for the German Navy, the Combat Support Ship for the Royal Netherlands Navy (RNLN), as well as the future-proof Anti-Submarine Warfare Frigates for the RNLN and the Belgian Navy.


About Maritime Montering Romania

MM Romania is a part of  Maritime Montering Group that was established in 1981 with a presence in 6 countries. MM Romania was incorporated in 2007, as a course of Group’s expansion with the intent to deliver innovative and high-quality ship interior to vessels in Romania. High commitment to quality and innovative excellence has positioned MM Group as a trusted partner in the maritime industry.


For media inquiries, please contact MM Romania:

Luciana Bogdan

Technical Manager/sales


Maritime Montering Group  gathered together it’s international offices for a dynamic General Managers Summit in Turkey.

The Summit, held on 22-26 April, represented a historic moment for MM as it assembled it’s representatives offices under one roof to enhance collaboration without the borders and beyond the boardroom.

The Group’s offices based in Norway, China, India, Turkey, Romania and Poland were united in the sunny city of Alanya. From collaborative strategical exercises to outdoor adventures exploring Turkey’s natural beauty, the event provided opportunities for managers to connect on a personal level and build lasting relationships between MM representatives in the world.

“We are thrilled to have united our international managers for this fruitful summit,” said Daniel Garden, MM Group CEO. “Bringing together such a talented and diverse team allowed us to exchange ideas, share experiences, and re-understand our offices national diversity for unified global leadership.”

A highlight of the event was the introduction of several new faces to the company’s leadership team in the Norway and Romania offices.

“The addition of new colleagues to our team is a testament to our ongoing improvement and growth,” Daniel Garden added. “Their background and skills will force our target to create memorable marine interior experience for our customers around the world”.

As the summit concluded, attendees departed with renewed enthusiasm, strengthened connections, and a shared vision on the MM management in the future.

Maritime Montering extends its gratitude to all participants for their dedication and commitment to excellence. The MM looks forward to building on the momentum generated at the summit and achieving even greater success together by the next General Managers Summit.



Daniel Garden
Group CEO
Tel: +47 99 71 61 93