The following is a statement from Liberty Marine Fuels:
Please note that as per 1st of August 2018 Liberty Marine Aps will change name to Liberty Marine Fuels ApS. The new name will be clearer in reflecting the company's core activities. VAT/CVR/VAT/CRN number remains the same.
Furthermore, Liberty Marine Fuels is very pleased to announce that Rune Pejtersen has joined the company as managing partner and bunker broker. Rune comes with more than 15 years of experience gained in two major trading houses. Besides Denmark he has spent part of his career in Singapore where he led a department of strategic procurement for the region. Furthermore, Rune has been involved in key risk management, development of key areas and the outsourcing strategies in close cooperation with several customers.
Rune joins the founder of the Liberty Marine Fuels, Jesper Jervild, who has 26 years of experience in the bunker industry having held several managerial positions in various major bunkering hubs such as Denmark, Singapore, Cape Town and Dubai. Together they are a solid team and committed to growing Liberty Marine Fuels into the bunker industry's preferred brokering partner. Both have a no nonsense approach where trust, service, flexibility and knowledge are key values as to how they conduct their business.
Liberty Marine Fuels has experienced an increase in activity over the past years and with the addition of Rune the company will be able to service the customers even better. The aim is obviously also to secure continued growth.
Liberty Marine Fuels was founded with the aim to create transparency for both owners and suppliers with the highest leveI of service and business ethics. Being a dedicated bunker broking company we assist owners and suppliers in creating the utmost transparency minimizing the risk of any hidden surprises.
Published: 2 August, 2018
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