The Athens unit of international bunker trading outfit KPI Bridge Oil has promoted Isidoros Chandris to Senior Bunker & Lubricant Consultant.
Chandris joined KPI Bridge Oil’s London office as a Bunker & Lubricant Trader in 2014, and relocated to the Group’s Athens office as a Bunker & Lubricants Consultant in 2016.
Before joining KPI Bridge Oil, Chandris spent over four years working as an Offshore shipbroker in Houston and Oslo, and as an Operations Assistant and Bunker Trader in Piraeus, Greece.
He has attained a BSC in International Business from the University of Macedonia, Greece and an MSC in Shipping, Trade & Finance from the CASS Business School City University, London. Chandris is fluent in Greek, English and German.
“I am really happy to take on this new role at KPI Bridge Oil,” commented Chandris.
“It is extremely rewarding to work for an organization that is both flexible in terms of employee mobility across the group and provides great career development opportunities.”
Michalis Manassakis, Managing Director, KPI Bridge Oil Athens, added: “Isidoros is a valuable team member who’s hardworking and very knowledgeable about our key markets.”
“For us it is crucial to have a diverse team with various backgrounds and expertise in order to serve all our clients in the best possible manner, regardless of their fleet size and requirements.
“Isidoros has a breath of experience and a great network across the global shipping industry and I’m certain that he’ll continue to add great value to the team going forward.”
Contact Details of Chandris are as follows:
Senior Bunker & Lubricant Consultant
Mobile: + 30 695 7777 706
Photo credit: KPI Bridge Oil
Published: 9 July, 2018
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