Glander International Bunkering Group has merged Canadian bunkering service provider Canden Marine Fuel Services Ltd. into the group effective 1 June 2020, it says.
“Glander International Bunkering has remained a strong business since its inception focusing on helping clients worldwide,” said CEO of Glander International Bunkering, Carsten Ladekjær.
“With this expansion of our brand, we aim to combine our global leadership with Canden’s local expertise. Our move into Canada is exciting and will complement our North American bunkering operations and services effectively.”
The development will see Glander International Bunkering (Montreal) Ltd functioning as the 9th office in the brand’s global network, says the company.
The move will provide all counter-parties with the assurance of dealing with a worldwide brand that is well known and respected throughout the industry.
Now customers will have the benefit of a one-stop service for their bunkering and lubricant needs globally.
“Moving into Glander International Bunkering will position us even stronger to meet demands and provide even higher levels of service for our clients,” said Elza Adamyan, Sales Manager of the new Canadian office.
“We are thrilled to integrate with Glander International Bunkering’s global teams of experts and long-term vision.”
The new office is located in Montreal and will be Glander International Bunkering’s second location in North America.
Address of the office is as follows:
Glander International Bunkering (Montréal) Ltd.
282 Rue Elm, Saint-Lambert, QC J4P 1W3, Canada
Phone: +1 450-259-1791
Photo credit: Glander International Bunkering
Published: 1 June, 2020
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