Dan-Bunkering will merge with Sydney-based Australia Bunkering Pty Ltd. effective 1 September 2018, it says.
The Australian company, managed by Lena Johnston, has been in the bunkering business for more than a decade, will now be re-branded and change name to Dan-Bunkering (Australia) Pty Ltd.
“With the upcoming 2020, we feel it is the perfect timing to boost our global footprint and improve our services even further to our customers,” says Lena Johnston, General Manager.
“The merger will give us increased access to stronger purchasing power, improved worldwide knowledge and services in all time zones.”
The office is supported by already existing team members who will all remain on same phone numbers.
Claus Bulch Klausen, Head of Operations/Senior Vice President, comments: “The new office is perfectly in line with the growth strategy of our group, and we are very excited to have a physical presence in Australia and to have Lena and her experienced local team in Sydney supporting our strategy.”
Contact details for Dan-Bunkering (Australia) Pte Ltd. are as follow:
Direct: +61 2 8270 7305
Mobile: +61 400 467 271
Level 6, Suite 604
50 Clarence Street
Sydney NSW 2000
Published: 21 August, 2018
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