International bunkering firm Fratelli Cosulich Group on Wednesday (30 December) announced an important addition to its network of marine fuel trading offices.
The addition is the establishment of Fratelli Cosulich Greece, as the group expands into one of the most important markets in the shipping industry.
“We have been looking at Greece for a long, long time and we have struggled to find the right people to lead this project,” said Timothy Cosulich, Fratelli Cosulich CEO Marine Fuel and Board Member.
“Being a family business also means that our people have to be true ambassadors for our company and our values, and that sets the bar very high for any leader within the Group.
“We believe we have found the right people in Yiannis, Anthi and Alexandros and are looking forward to a successful journey with them.”
Fratelli Cosulich Greece will be the eight office of the Group focusing on Marine Fuel and will join:
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Published: 30 December, 2020
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