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A/S Dan-Bunkering Ltd. Appoints New Sales Manager

Jim Jensen,, Sales Manager

Supplier of bunker fuels, A/S Dan-Bunkering Ltd., has appointed Bunker Trader Jim Jensen from the office in Copenhagen to Sales Manager. The Danish owned company already has offices in Denmark, China, Russia, Singapore and Monaco, and will shortly open their latest addition to the Dan-Bunkering group in Houston (Texas) USA. Jim will in connection with his promotion be a part of the new office in Houston, and will start up the office together with Managing Director Hans Lind Dollerup. Jim started as a Bunker Trader with Dan-Bunkering in Copenhagen in 2008, but before that he was employed by the oil company Chevron in Denmark, thus he has a vast experience within the oil business.  “We believe that when having Hans and Jim starting up the office from the very beginning, we will be able to create a very successful team in Houston. Furthermore, we expect to recruit more traders in the near future”, says CEO Henrik Zederkof.  


Back Bunker Trader Rejoins KPI

Jordan Felber

KPI Bridge Oil, a global broker and trader in marine bunkers, marine lubricants and risk management products, has appointed Mr. Jordan Felber as Bunker Trader/Broker in its New York Office. Jordan initially joined KPI Bridge Oil in 2008 from a position with Global Transportation Services as Area Sales responsible and stayed with the company until end 2011. Now, Mr. Felber has rejoined the New York team as Bunker Broker/Trader. Jordan has spent the last 1


KPI Bridge Oil Appoints Senior Trader for Singapore Office

Photo: KPI Bridge Oil

KPI Bridge Oil, a global broker and trader in marine bunkers, marine lubricants and risk management products, has appointed Mr. Araki Takanobu as Senior Bunker Trader. Araki Takanobu has more than 13 years experience in various bunker and cargo trading roles and has previously been working in Japan, Korea and Singapore. Arakialso has a degree from Meiji University in Political Science. Araki Takanobu is Japanese, speaks fluent Korean and is currently living in Singapore.


A/S Dan-Bunkering Appoints New Trader

Christian Andreasen

A/S Dan-Bunkering announces that as from 1 June 2013 Christian Andreasen has been employed as Bunker Trader. Christian will be a part of the trading department in A/S Dan-Bunkering Ltd.'s department in Copenhagen, Denmark, currently consisting of 15 traders.  


New Trader with Dan-Bunkering, Middelfart

Søren Emil Dam

A/S Dan-Bunkering Ltd. announced that as from April 2, 2013 Søren Emil Dam, has been employed as Bunker Trader with Dan-Bunkering in the company’s head office in Middelfart, Denmark. Søren holds a Master in Interpersonal Organizational Communication from the University of Aalborg and has previously been working with sales. www.dan-bunkering.com


New Trader with Dan-Bunkering

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From May 1, 2013 Kasper Rosenberg has been employed as Bunker Trader. He will be a part of the sales department in the company’s head office in Middelfart, Denmark, which currently consists of 24 traders with different nationalities. Kasper has previously been working with shipping and agency, thus he is already in possession of knowledge about the business, the company said.  


Dan-Bunkering Adds Staff in Dubai

Rijo Alias (left) and Azeneth B. Sallador

The newly opened Dubai office of worldwide bunker trading company, A/S Dan-Bunkering Ltd., has been open for a few months, and according to the bunker trader has already been very well received in the market. The company reported it has recently hired two new employees. Rijo Alias has been employed as Finance Manager as per July 2, 2013. Rijo is originally from India and has several years of audit experience from a well-reputed company in Dubai.


Danish Bunker Trader Joins GAC in London

Ida Ryberg: Photo GAC

GAC Bunker Fuels says it has appointed former GAC Denmark Shipping Assistant Ida Ryberg as a Bunker Trader with its UK team. Ryberg joins Andy Boichat and Resham Rai at the London office and will also work closely with Kenny Petrie in Aberdeen, Murray Bishop in Southampton and Dimitra Maniati focusing on the superyacht sector from the sailing hub. Nicholas Browne, Global Director of GAC Bunker Fuels, says: “The global bunkering market is facing significant change and challenges in


New Appointment at Dynamic Oil Trading

Dynamic Oil Trading, the global trading company for marine fuels and lubricants, has announced the appointment of Mona Liu as a bunker trader. Mona Liu brings considerable experience to the Dynamic Oil Trading team, having working in a number of bunker trading and marketing roles within the marine fuels industry in Singapore and China. Mona has started work in Dynamic Oil Trading's worldwide trading team with immediate effect.


Singapore To Hold International Bunkering Conference

The 12th Singapore International Bunkering Conference (SIBCON) 2002, to be held from September 26-28, 2002 at the Shangri-La, Singapore, will be officially opened by Mr Khaw Boon Wan, Senior Minister of State for Transport, and Information, Communications & the Arts on 26 Sep 2002. Khaw would also be delivering the opening address for the ceremony. This biennial event will bring together some 25 maritime and marine fuel experts from around the world to speak on the latest international


Glander International Bunkering Opens Geneva Location

Gregory John Dann

Glander International Bunkering has acquired Valhalla Marine Sarl, Geneva as of 1st December, 2014. The new Geneva operation is Glander International Bunkering’s first office in Europe, reinforcing the company's commitment to its global growth and expansion strategy


Mercuria Expanding with ex-OW Bunker Staff

Swiss trading house Mercuria has moved to become a significant player in the marine fuel market by hiring a team of close to 40 former employees from the once-largest supplier, traders and sources close to the matter said on Tuesday. The bankruptcy of Denmark's OW Bunker


New Players in Singapore Markets in OW's Absence

The downfall of a leading marine fuel supplier that prompted sellers to tighten credit terms in Singapore is skewing the post-OW Bunker jostle for market share towards cash-rich trading companies and barge operators, traders said. Marine fuel premiums over cargo prices in Singapore


Dan-Bunkering Opens Office in Aalborg

Dan-Bunkering CEO Henrik Zederkof says he expects to be ready to trade as soon as December 1st

  The global bunker company, A/S Dan-Bunkering Ltd., expands its activities with an additional office in Denmark. "We have employed our first trading team in Aalborg and expect to be ready to trade as soon as 1st December, when Dan-Bunkering Aalborg opens.


OW Bunker to Meet Liquidator; Ship Arrests Continue

OW Bunker owes financers more than $750 million-creditor data; six more vessels arrested; 7 in total. The Singapore arm of bankrupt Danish shipping fuel trader OW Bunker will meet with its liquidator KPMG in early December to discuss the firm's outstanding debt, which totals almost $1


Bunker Demand up 25 pct at Indian Ports

Demand for shipping fuel at major Indian ports has climbed in the past week by up to 25 percent as the cost of refuelling at Singapore, Asia's bunkering hub, soared following the collapse of the world's leading supplier, traders said. The announcement of OW Bunker's bankruptcy drove up shipping


Ships to Divert to Hong Kong for Bunkers

Hong Kong bunker suppliers are expecting up to 20 percent more inquiries from shipowners who have had fuel contracts cancelled after the world's largest supplier announced its bankruptcy last week, sources said on Friday. Since the fall of OW Bunker


OW Bunker Collapse Rattles Singapore Bunker Markets

Major oil companies, trade firms to expand market share; tight credit hits small retailers. The collapse of OW Bunker in the wake of an alleged fraud at its Singapore trading unit will shake up the city state's more than $25 billion marine fuel market, the world's largest


Ship Arrested, More Claims Emerge Against OW Bunker

Photo: OW Bunker

Fuel barge Laguna, carrying oil sold by Hin Leong to OW Bunker, arrested. Total claims against OW Bunker Far East and Dynamic Oil now over S$5 mln. Oil firms stepped up legal action against the Singapore units of bankrupt ship fuel trader OW Bunker with the arrest of a ship fuel delivery barge


Fuel Scandal Sends Traders Scrambling, Investors Eye Lawsuits

Photo: OW Bunker

Traders and shipping companies scrambled to source fuel and take over supply contracts on Friday after Danish marine fuel supplier OW Bunker said a suspected fraud at its Singapore subsidiary had pushed it to the brink of bankruptcy. The alleged fraud at Singapore-based subsidiary Dynamic Oil


Shippers, Traders Scramble After OW Bunker Says Near Bankruptcy

Shipping companies and bunker oil traders scrambled to source fuel and take over supply contracts on Thursday after OW Bunker, one of the world's biggest shipping fuel firms, said it faces possible bankruptcy after uncovering internal fraud.


Singapore Bunker Meter Mandate Targets 'Frothy Fuel'

Singapore, the world's biggest bunkering port, plans to end the so-called "cappucino effect" in ship fuelling through new meters designed to stop suppliers from short-changing customers, although the industry is warning of a short-term sales dip.  


Kounalakis Joins OW Bunker N. America

Photo courtesy of OW Bunker

OW Bunker, a reseller and physical supplier of marine fuels, announced the appointment of Georgia Kounalakis to its physical supply operation in North America. Kounalakis joins the region’s senior team to take on responsibility for business development and help to drive further sales growth


New GAC Bunker Trader for Bergen Team

Per Steffen Bolstad: Photo GAC

GAC Bunker Fuels says it has further consolidated its position in the North Sea by appointing Per Steffen Bolstad to the bunker trading team in Bergen, Norway, where he joins bunker trader Christer Benjaminsen. Nicholas Browne, Global Director of GAC Bunker Fuels says “Per Steffen has


Finding Wheat Buyers Proving a Challenge for Britain

Britain's wheat crop is on track to be its highest in at least six years, ensuring the country's return as a net exporter after a two-season hiatus, but selling its surplus could prove challenging given an expected global glut of feed grain.






 
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