KPI Bridge Oil in late March announced that Kenni Goldenbeck, Managing Director of KPI Bridge Oil’s Denmark office, together with Joachim Kjaeldgaard, Team Leader and Mikkel Kristensen, Bunker Supplier will operate out of Hamburg from 1st April 2019.
“The purpose of us being in Hamburg is to further strengthen relations with existing clients and suppliers and establish new relationships with potential partners in the region as well as to showcase our expertise and various services,” commented Goldenbeck.
“We firmly believe in investing in our local partnerships to reinforce a close, enduring commercial bond” comments Goldenbeck.
Kjaeldgaard also explains, “An integral part of our service is our unique local knowledge combined with extensive market insights globally.
“By combining this with a thorough understanding and assessment of the client’s specific needs, we are able to offer solutions tailored to their organisation, fleet or individual voyage.”
For more information about KPI Bridge Oil Denmark please contact:
Mobile: +45 2725 2525
Office: +45 7642 9696
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Published: 2 April, 2019
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