OceanConnect Marine, a subsidiary of global commodities trading firm Glencore, on Monday (14 January) said it has moved to a new larger office.
“After adding a Korea supply team of four people, plus traders covering Singapore fuel requirements, we needed more space than was available in our Millenia Tower location,” OCM Global Managing Director S.I. Shim said.
The expansion began in February 2018 when a Singapore-based Korea supply team joined the company.
Two additional traders were added in July, and a credit manager joined in September.
The team in Singapore is now supplying more than 200,000 metric tonnes of bunker per month.
“Singapore will be the hub of our Asian operation, and we intend to expand aggressively with additional talented people. The new space affords the opportunity for further expansion,” Shim adds.
The new office more than doubles the company’s prior office space in Millenia Tower.
The company’s new Singapore office location is as follows:
OceanConnect Marine Pte. Ltd.
300 Beach Road,
#35-05 The Concourse,
Tel. +65-6909 6940
Photo credit: OceanConnect Marine
Published: 14 January, 2019
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