Oilmar Shipping and Chartering DMCC on Thursday (1 October) announced the appointment of Maaz Ahmed in the capacity of Team Leader – Bunker Trading.
Oilmar has recently started its back-to-back Bunker trading desk in September 2020, leveraging its massive tanker Chartering experience to bunker trading.
Ahmed joins Oilmar with more than seven years of experience in bunker trading.
He started his career in Dubai, UAE and has established a strong supply network not only in the Middle East and Indian Subcontinent but has also expanded to West Africa, the Mediterranean, the Black Sea region and Russian ports.
Oilmar added that Ahmed brings in a wealth of experience in customer development and has been tasked as a Team Leader to lead the team in Dubai.
“I am very excited and revitalized to be part of Oilmar family; leveraging my experience and network, I hope to lead the team to a strong start and success,” said Ahmed.
Photo credit: Oilmar
Published: 2 October, 2020
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