Bunkering firm Fratelli Cosulich Bunkers Singapore has announced Diana Mok will be taking over the Managing Director role of Fratelli Cosulich Bunkers Singapore starting from 15 January 2019.
“Diana takes over from Guido Cardullo who is moving back to Europe to become our new Head of Business Development, focusing on our important growth plans in the Marine Fuel industry,” said CEO and Board Member Timothy Cosulich in a note to Manifold Times.
“Diana has been with our Group for a number of years now and has demonstrated to have the right mindset and skills to successfully lead FCBS into 2020 and to maintain a leading position as barge operator and supplier in Singapore. Guido has done a tremendous job at the lead of our Singapore business, growing our volumes by more than 500% and putting the company on track to take its performance to a new level.
“Both Guido and Diana have exciting challenges ahead; we are confident that they will be successful in their new roles and we wish them all the best.”
Published: 21 December, 2018
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