Singapore-based Sing Fuels has welcomed Sonnich Thomsen as the company’s new Managing Director, Bunkers on Wednesday.
“Sonnich brings with him vast experience in office management along with extensive bunker sales knowledge,” it says.
“The new leadership brings on board forward-looking and different perspectives to strengthen the firm’s service offerings.”
Thomsen has a Diploma in Business Administration (Strategic Marketing and Sales) from the University of Aalborg, and comes with total of 16 years of experience in the bunkering industry, says Sing Fuels.
He started his career in OW Bunker in 2002 as Bunker Trainee and played an important part in the company growth, ending as Managing Director of the Singapore office.
In his last professional engagement, Thomsen was the Head of Asia at Minerva Bunkers from 2014 where he was entrusted with the responsibility of conceptualising and starting the Asia Bunker Desk, while developing the overall direction of the Minerva organization.
Photo credit: Sing Fuels
Published: 29 March, 2018
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