Dan-Bunkering, a subsidiary of Bunker Holding, has promoted both Dubai-based Rali Bara and Lamin Bara to Bunker Trader & Team Leader, effective 1 March, 2018.
“Both Traders are great assets to the group and the promotion is well deserved as a result of their strong work ethic and ability to motivate and inspire their colleagues,” says Kasper Fulton Stiedl, Managing Director.
“I am pleased that we are able to reward and acknowledge the leadership potential of our employees and provide them with more responsibility internally as a natural next step in their career.”
Rali Bara, who joined the Dubai office in 2013, has shown great business instinct and strong leadership skills, says Dan-Bunkering.
Lamin Bara, who joined in 2015, has demonstrated the ability to motivate the team around him as well as the skills and willingness to become a strong team leader.
The Dubai office has expanded quite rapidly over the past years and the promotion of the two team leaders fit well with the future strategy of the office and the Dan-Bunkering Group, it adds.
Mohamed-Elghali (Rali) Bara
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Published: 20 March, 2018
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