OceanConnect Marine on Wednesday (29 May) said it has hired a credit manager for its Hamburg office, which has also relocated.
Eva Kozak will be responsible for managing European and US credit, reporting to COO Ethan Ram.
Kozak has more than ten years of experience in the maritime industry, most recently as Group Credit Manager for Bunker Holding A/S. She has also served as a credit and business analyst for Platts and Infospectrum. She is fluent in Polish and English, and knows basic German.
“Eva will support fuel buyers with the vital credit that keeps their operations running smoothly,” said OCM Managing Director S.I. Shim. “Her experience will serve them well.”
“This is an exciting opportunity for me and I am thrilled and delighted to join OCM’s experienced and highly competent credit team,” Kozak said.
The new Hamburg office location is in the city’s historical heart, between the port and the city centre.
“Most of the Hamburg team’s clients are now walking distance from the new office,” Shim said.
Contact info of Eva Kozak is as follows:
Tel: +49 40 286 682 014
Mobile: +49 172 2427090
New location/phone numbers for OCM Hamburg:
+49 40 286 682 00 (general)
Direct +49 40 286 682 011
Mobile +49 160 435 6253
Direct +49 40 286 682 012
Mobile +49 173 187 1121
Direct +49 40 286 682 013
Mobile +49 173 187 1181
Published: 30 May, 2019
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