The result of the International Bunker Industry Association board elections was announced at the IBIA AGM on Wednesday 24 February, 2021.
A record 10 candidates were standing for election for three IBIA board positions.
The three candidates elected for a three-year term are:
Their three-year terms as IBIA Board members starts on 1 April, 2021, when the IBIA board will be as follows:
Two board members, namely Patrick Holloway of Webber Wentzel Attorneys (South Africa) and Adrian Pask of BP Marine (UK), will be stepping down at the end of their elected terms.
“IBIA would also like thank all who stood for election to the board. It was great to see such strong candidates from a variety of companies and geographic locations taking an interest in becoming part of the Board of IBIA,” it ends.
Photo credit: International Bunker Industry Association
Published: 25 February, 2021
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