UAE-based vessel operator Oilmar Shipping and Chartering on Tuesday (15 June) said it has entered into a trade-credit insurance policy with trade credit insurer Euler Hermes to ensure its customer portfolio is secured and protected.
“Credit Insurance Policy protects our trades, allowing us to further our business while increasing our capacity to explore trades into newer and larger markets,” said Head of Business Rakesh Sharma.
“Its major milestone for us especially for a growing division in a recovering market from COVID-19.”
The company’s bunker trading desk is headed by Maaz Ahmed.
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Photo credit: Oilmar Shipping and Chartering
Published: 16 June, 2021
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