Singapore-based global energy trading company Sing Fuels on Monday (24 February) announced the addition of Can Ertem as Deputy Commercial Director at its London office.
Ertem is an experienced ship finance and maritime economics, ship operations, dry cargo brokerage, and bunkering professional who spent 14 years in the marine fuels industry.
He holds a MSc from Cass Business School on Shipping, Trade, and Finance.
“I am extremely excited to join this rapidly growing company with a strong overseas presence,” says Ertem.
“I am looking forward to working in close collaboration with the bunkering team, especially in business development activities.”
“He will be working along with the senior management to grow the business further by expanding its presence in both existing and new markets, as well to enhance our integrated bunkering systems and platforms,” says Sonnich Thomsen, Managing Director, Bunkers.
“At this moment, where the market gets more complex, we are even more focused on meeting our partners’ expectations. In this view, Can’s expertise in this industry will be an important contribution to Sing Fuels.”
Contact details of Ertem are as follows
Name: Can Ertem
Title: Deputy Commercial Director
Mobile: +44 7733 152204
Photo credit: Sing Fuels
Published: 25 February, 2020
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