Singapore-based energy trading company Sing Fuels Chief Operating Officer Satnam Singh has transferred to its Dubai office, where he will oversee and develop the smaller but thriving branch location.
The Dubai office was established in 2016; it was relocated to a more spacious office at Jumeirah Lakes Towers district in 2020 due to a team expansion.
“It is a great privilege to join the team in Dubai. To further strengthen our presence in the UAE market, I will be expanding and growing the team even further in the next few months,” said Singh.
Singh has numerous years of experience in commodities trading and his trading acumen in bunker fuels has been pivotal in Sing Fuels’ growth.
He has been the Director of Sing Fuels since 2012 and as the COO he strategises business policies and oversees operations of the company.
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Published: 2 June, 2021
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