The International Bunker Industry Association (IBIA) on Tuesday (11 April) announced that effective 1 April, the IBIA board began a new term with the addition of three members following the 2023 elections.
“We are delighted to welcome Claudia Beumer from VT Group, Netherlands, and Jeroen de Vos from Peninsula, Gibraltar as new members to the IBIA Board, and to welcome back Nigel Draffin, Bunker Industry Consultant, who has served in various capacities including as IBIA Chair in 2012,” IBIA said.
Timothy Cosulich of Fratelli Cosulich will continue as Chair of IBIA, Constantinos Capetanakis of Starbulk as Vice-Chair, and Adrian Tolson from 2050 Energy Marine as Treasurer.
The IBIA Board composition as of April 1, 2023 is as follows:
IBIA expressed gratitude to departing board members Mustafa Muhtaroglu of Energy Petrol and Peter Beekhuis of Maersk Oil Trading for their active participation and contributions during their tenure.
“It is great to have Nigel back, one of IBIA’s founding members, and exciting to have new board members with Claudia and Jeroen joining the IBIA Board. These three bring deep knowledge and wide experience from our industry which will be valuable to our Association,” says IBIA Director Unni Einemo.
“We look forward to working with the new board members and continuing our mission to represent and support the global bunker industry,” IBIA added.
Photo credit: International Bunker Industry Association
Published: 18 April, 2023
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