Singapore-based energy trading company Sing Fuels on Friday (8 January) said it is pleased to be ranked among the Top 100 Fastest Growing Companies in Singapore for the second year running.
This ranking is jointly organised by Statista and The Straits Times and identifies the Top 100 independent companies in Singapore with high organic growth over three years.
Last year, Sing Fuels received a position of 37 out of 100, and this year it moved up 20 spots to being 17 out of 100.
“During these unprecedented times, our team continued to push ourselves in serving our customers in the best way possible,” said Satnam Singh, COO.
“Together with all our partners, we navigate uncertainties and emerged stronger with outstanding results in the last financial year. We expect the year ahead to be challenging yet positive as we set up new desks and expands our team globally.”
“We would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to all our partners for being part of Sing Fuels’ growth,” added the company.
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Published: 20 January, 2021
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