Dan-Bunkering (America) Inc. has the pleasure of announcing the hire of three new members for the Houston team.
Ryan Lee joined as Bunker Trader on 21 May. Ryan is not new to the business but brings eight years of experience from the maritime industry as well as a BA in Maritime Administration from Texas A&M University, providing him with a global understanding of the industry and the market.
Jennifer Wang is originally Chinese and was employed as Junior Bunker Trader as per 15 May. Jennifer also studied Maritime Administration and Logistics at Texas A&M University and finished her master’s prior to joining Dan-Bunkering, bringing a fresh approach to the team in Houston.
And last but not least, the company welcomed Marisela Salazar as Junior Accountant as per 5 June. Marisela has eleven years’ experience within accounting and administration from a different sector and is fluent in Spanish.
Contact details are as follows:
Mobile +1 832 853 5301
Mobile +1 409 789 0693
Mobile +1 346 493 2368
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Published: 9 July, 2018
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