Singapore-based Sing Fuels has appointed Victor Huang as Senior Bunker Trader with immediate effect. He will be stationed in Taipei and his primary job scope is to focus on market expansion in the Asian region.
Victor’s Professional Profile:
Victor graduated with a Law Degree in Taiwan and have more than 20 years of experience in shipping with job tasks ranging from Legal Executive (Wan Hai Line), Head of Operations (CNC Line) and Department Head (NYK Logistics).
“In line with Sing Fuel’s expansion plans, we are delighted to welcome Victor on board,” says Sonnich Thomsen, Managing Director, Bunkers.
“Being strategically stationed in Taipei, he can work closely with the local market to better understand their requirements and further improve our quality of service.”
Victor’s contact details:
Name: Victor Yao-Feng Huang
Title: Senior Bunker Trader
Mobile: +886 958 380 913 / +886 966 280 913
Degree in Law
National Taiwan University
Photo credit: Sing Fuels
Published: 23 August, 2018
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