Bunker Holding on Wednesday (24 May) announced the appointment of Tobias Troye as its new Head of Carbon Solutions.
With 18 years of experience in business development and leadership in the field of decarbonisation and AI-enabled technology platforms, Troye has assisted numerous companies in their sustainability endeavours and guided them through voluntary and compliance carbon markets.
“In an increasingly complex carbon environment, Tobias will be a valuable asset in Bunker Holding’s mission to become a leading provider of carbon solutions for shipping customers,” the firm said in a social media post.
“With his support, we aim to assist shipowners in reducing their GHG footprint and navigate the challenges of sustainability. Together, we strive to create a brighter and greener future for the shipping industry”
Troye, said: “I’m extremely excited about Bunker Holding’s significant investment to accelerate the green transition and becoming an expert and trusted advisor on new fuels and carbon markets. As a global leader in bunker supply, we are in a unique position to support not only our clients, but the entire shipping industry on its complex journey ahead.”
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Published: 25 May, 2023
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