Singapore-based international bunker trading house Sing Fuels has announced the launch of its new website at www.singfuels.com. The website features an interactive design with improved functionalities which will further enhance the user experience optimally.
“Our goal is to allow visitors to effortlessly navigate and find out more about Sing Fuels – our services, our people, awards, CSR activities and career opportunities,” it states.
“We are excited to be regularly updating our Media Centre and endeavour to provide our clients partners with the most accurate and up-to-date insights, opinions, market reports and company updates.
“The new Media Centre will feature announcements and downloadable monthly market reports for the last six months.”
Accompanying the launch of the new website is a word search contest which instructions are as follows:
“The new website is one of the many other tenets that embodies Sing Fuels 2.0 strategy where corporate excellency is the goal. Our teams have been working religiously in reviewing and improving corporate policies to allow the company to soar to greater heights,” says Sing Fuels.
“Lastly, we would also like to wholeheartedly thank our amazing staff at Sing Fuels who donated their time and energy to make this site what it is.”
Published: 1 June, 2020
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