International bunkering firm Fratelli Cosulich Group on Friday (18 December) said it completed an extensive rebranding campaign for a subsidiary operating in the marine fuel business sector.
“We are excited to announce that Chemoil Mondex SAM, a company owned by FC Group based in Monaco, has just completed an extensive rebranding effort in response to the growth of our activities in the bunker trading sector,” said Timothy Cosulich, CEO of Marine fuel activities and Fratelli Cosulich Group Board Member.
“For over 50 years, we have been active as bunker traders. Fratelli Cosulich, a well-known name in the sector is widely recognized by its stakeholders that appreciate our values and ethics in doing business in this crucial area of the Maritime industry.
“To support and expand the company’s activities in Monaco, we decided to move Chemoil Mondex under the name of ‘Fratelli Cosulich Monaco SAM’. A new name, new logo, but still the same expertise and competence of our Group and the Monaco Team.”
“We are really proud to operate under the Fratelli Cosulich brand name, and the collaboration and support that each Group office around the world gives to the others is what sets us apart and allows us to provide our customers with a unique service level,” added Emanuele Iran, Managing Director of Fratelli Cosulich Monaco SAM.
Fratelli Cosulich Group boasts a fleet of seven barges of up to 8,000 dwt operating at various ports worldwide in the Bunker trading industry under the following companies:
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Photo credit: Fratelli Cosulich Group
Published: 21 December, 2020
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