Singapore-based energy trading company Sing Fuels on Monday (1 March) announced the appointment of Andreas Jensen as Bunker Trader for its Houston office.
Based in Houston, United States, Andreas Jensen has eight years of experience in the industry trading bunkers, lubricants, gasoline and other petroleum products.
Prior to joining Sing Fuels, he was with TSL Shipping & Trading LLC in Houston where he was working as a Head of Trading for the Americas Division.
Jensen was responsible & accountable for developing the bunker trading desk for the company from the ground up, and trading in the Americas region including Canada, the United States, Central/South America, Caribbean Islands, and South America.
“I am extremely excited to be a part of such a dynamic and rapidly growing company full of hardworking individuals! I love the positive energy of everyone on the team and look forward to working closely with the bunkering division on catering to our current clients while also expanding the global footprint of the company,” said Jensen.
Contact details of Jensen are as follows:
Name: Andreas Jensen
Designation: Bunker Trader
Email: [email protected]
Photo credit: Sing Fuels
Published: 2 March, 2021
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