UAE-based oil and bunkering firm GP Global on Monday (13 April) said it has appointed Max Carnegie-Jones as Lead for its bunkering business in the UK.
Carnegie-Jones is a seasoned trader with over 29 years of experience; and he joins GP Global from World Fuel Services Europe Ltd., where he held the position of Marine Commercial Manager, it said.
London-based Carnegie-Jones will lead the UK trading teams in both London & Hull, and report to Chris Todd, Head of Bunkers West of Suez.
With growth plans on the horizon for both offices, Carnegie-Jones’s experience and knowledge will be invaluable in helping the company achieve its goals in these key areas.
“Recent world events and a challenging global economic climate have shed light on how important it is to have the right team in place,” said Prerit Goel, Jt. Managing Director at GP Global.
“With that, we are pleased to announce our latest appointment of Max Carnegie-Jones. He is a strong addition to our global network of team leaders who will further strengthen our capabilities.”
“Despite the current climate we continue to add talented individuals to our Bunker Group West of Suez,” said Chris Todd, Head of Bunkering, West of the Suez at GP Global.
“Having someone of Max’s calibre join our team reaffirms our commitment to our clients in ensuring they receive the highest services levels possible.
“Max will also be key in our growth plans over the coming years & I’m delighted to have him onboard.”
This announcement follows GP Global’s recent expansion of their trading operations into the America’s with the appointment of Gene Owen as President of Trading, reporting to the company’s senior management in Rotterdam and based out of Houston, Texas.
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