Global marine services provider Intertek Lintec on Tuesday (19 April) said Alex Tang has been appointed as Asia Pacific Business Development Manager, in its efforts to extend the company’s coverage in the Asia Pacific region.
Tang is a Marine Fuel Specialist-Chartered Marine Scientist, Member of IMarEST (Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology), UK and IMarEST Accreditation Assessor.
Before joining Intertek Lintec, he was Regional Manager for Asia for the International Bunker Industry Association (IBIA), having worked in the marine fuel industry since 2006, and in the bunker industry in various roles of technical, sales and marketing.
He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from the National University of Singapore and a Master International Project Manager from the International Academy of Project Management.
“Together with the existing Lintec team, we will continue to build on our truly global platform of marine services for the benefit of all of our clients in this strategic region,” said Sue Appleyard, Director of Intertek Lintec.
Intertek Lintec offers bunker fuel quality testing services in the Asia Pacific region from its core laboratories located in Singapore and Shanghai.
Bunker Quantity Surveys are also available from 850 ports worldwide, many of which are in Asia and Australasia.
Photo credit: Intertek Lintec
Published: 22 April, 2022
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