EASA Karsten Moholt Exceptional Achievement Award 2022
We are proud to announce that Synne Roscher-Nielsen from Moreld Karsten Moholt, got the second prize in the EASA Karsten Moholt Exceptional Achievement Award 2022.
Together with the other members of EASA’s Europe & World Chapter (Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia) – Karsten Moholt was invited to nominate a candidate for this award. In other words, we are talking about a competition between an enormously large number of companies from large parts of the world!
The base for nomination:
- Synne started her career in Karsten Moholt’s apprentice program as Industrial Mechanic in 2014
- Two years later, in 2016, she successfully completed the program and received her Certificate of Apprenticeship as Industrial Mechanic
- Based on her performance during the apprentice program, she was immediately offered a permanent position in the Karsten Moholt workshop in Bergen, which she accepted. During the next years, Synne demonstrated excellent development, both as a fast learner and a reliable employee and colleague
- In 2020, Synne was transferred to the Field Service department, where she took on more and more responsibilities and complicated work tasks
- In September 2020, Equinor had a very serious fire in their LNG-plant at Melkøya in the northern Norway. Karsten Moholt was engaged in the demanding and challenging repair work from February 2021 until the production was successfully re-started in June 2022. As Karsten Moholt’s Field Supervisor, responsible for both day- and night shift crews, safety, quality, work progress and customer contact, Synne’s competence and effort were crucial for the end result. The feedback from both Equinor and Aibel, who was Karsten Moholt’s client, was nothing but impressive
- Synne was promoted to Senior Service Technician in May 2022, which is quite unusual after less than two years in the Field Service Department and at an age of 26
The EASA Karsten Moholt Exeptional Award was created in the memory of Karsten Moholt, former President and Karsten Aleksander Moholt, former President and Regional Director of EASA E&W Chapter.
Senior Service Technician Synne Rocher Nielsen.
EASA is an international association that serves and represents companies within the repair, service and sales industry for electric motors, pumps, etc. To recognize young talents under 35 who have demonstrated outstanding service improvements and made significant contributions within their company EASA awards an annual prize.