The following is a press release from Sing Fuels:
Tan Chong Han has joined Sing Fuels as Senior Bunker Trader with immediate effect. His appointment is a vital part of Sing Fuels’ growth strategy to attract talents and expand global presence.
Based at our Singapore Headquarters, Chong Han’s role is to expand our reach within Asia.
Chong Han’s Professional Profile:
Chong Han brings 10 years of valuable experience in bunker sales. In 2009, he started his career as a Senior Bunker Trader, building his knowledge and foundation over the years.
“It is with great enthusiasm that we welcome Chong Han to the team. Chong Han’s knowledge of the Asia market will be a huge asset and we look forward to his contribution moving forward,” said Sonnich Thomsen, Managing Director, Bunkers.
Chong Han’s contact details:
Name: Tan Chong Han
Title: Senior Bunker Trader
Mobile: +65 9710 5271
DID: +65 6420 0431
Bunker Holding International Business Academy
Basic Management Education
Universitas 21 Global (U21Global)
Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration
National University of Singapore (NUS)
Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering
About Sing Fuels:
Sing Fuels is engaged in the Trading of Marine Fuel and Lubricant Services to Ship Owners and Charterers worldwide. We are proud to be the Largest Singapore Domicile Bunker Trading House with presence in 9 major cities globally, namely London, Dubai, Shanghai, Vietnam, Mumbai, Copenhagen, Lagos, Istanbul and Taipei.
Kyto Global Fuel Supply LLC, a new Physical Bunker Truck Supplier operating at UAE ports, is a part of Sing Fuels. With our own trucks, we are committed to offer the most competitive pricing for physical bunker supply solutions.
Sing Fuels is a member of Singapore Business Federation (SBF) and International Bunkers Industry Association (IBIA).
Photo credit: Sing Fuels
Published: 1 August, 2018
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