The following is a Wednesday (30 January) press release from the International Bunker Industry Association (IBIA):
There are eight candidates standing for the IBIA Board Elections 2019, which is open for voting until 14 February. There are two open positions this year.
Members of IBIA are encouraged to vote for the candidates who in their opinion will make a meaningful contribution to the running of the Association.
All paid up members of IBIA should have received a link that will enable them to vote.
If you haven’t received this link or wish to discuss your membership kindly get in touch with Tara Morjaria – email@example.com
The candidates in this year’s IBIA Board Elections are:
Results of the election will be announced at the AGM in London on 25 February 2019, prior to the IBIA Annual Dinner 2019.
The newly elected IBIA board members will take up their positions with effect from 1 April, 2019.
Photo credit: IBIA
Published: 31 January, 2019
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