International bunkering firm Fratelli Cosulich has welcomed Emanuela Franchini as Manager of the group’s New York office effective 1 May, 2019.
“Following the closure of Asamar Inc. last year and the opening of Fratelli Cosulich USA, we are very happy to announce that Emanuela Franchini has joined the Fratelli Cosulich Group and will be the Manager in charge of the Group’s New York office effective 1st May,” it said.
“Emanuela is an extremely experienced and successful Trading Manager and we are confident that under her leadership the New York office will continue to grow.
“Fratelli Cosulich USA will continue to focus on the marine fuel business in the Americas, closely liaising with the other Group offices in Italy, Monaco, Dubai, Haiphong, Hong Kong, and Singapore.”
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Published: 2 May, 2019
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