The International Bunker Industry Association (IBIA) on Tuesday (31 March) announced its newly elected board members:
As of 1 April, 2020, the International Bunker Industry Association welcomes Henrik Zederkof as the new Chairman of the Board, along with a new Vice-Chairman, Treasurer and four newly elected IBIA board members now officially taking up their posts.
We are pleased to announce that the acting board of IBIA as of 1 April, 2020 is as follows:
Henrik Zederkof, Bunker Holding A/S (Denmark)
Timothy Cosulich, Fratelli Cosulich (Singapore)
Nigel Draffin, Consultant (UK)
Peter Beekhuis, Maersk Oil Trading (Singapore)
Eugenia Benavides, Terpel (Colombia)
Constantinos Capetanakis, Starbulk (Greece)
Patrick Holloway, Webber Wentzel Attorneys (South Africa)
Mustafa Muhtaroglu, Energy Petrol (Turkey)
Adrian Pask, BP Marine (UK)
Adrian Tolson, Blue Insight (USA)
Nicolas Vukelja, Terramar (Panama)
IBIA extends a huge thank you to the four board members who have now completed their tenure: Michael Green (UK), who served as Chairman for the past three years, Martin Laue Brodersen (Denmark) who served as Treasurer, Lim Teck Cheng (Singapore) and Dilip Mody (India). We are grateful for their support and their contributions to the success of the Association.
Photo Credit: IBIA
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