Singapore-based global energy trading company Sing Fuels on Friday (17 January) announced the employment of Chris Brooks as Senior Bunker Trader and the opening of its newest office in Houston.
The developments are in line with the company’s strategic expansion into the United States, says Sonnich Thomsen, Managing Director, Bunkers.
“Houston is one of the largest oil and shipping hubs in the world. The new office and the addition of Chris to the team will provide us with the opportunity to be closer to our customers and suppliers in the US market,” he notes.
“We are very pleased to have Chris Brooks on board. He has over 10 years of experience in the bunkering industry which includes operations, marine fuel oil blending and trading in North, Central and South America.”
Sing Fuels was recently named as amongst Singapore’s fastest growing companies in 2020 in a list compiled by The Straits Times and Germany-based global research firm Statista.
Address of Houston Office:
Sing Fuels Inc
562 Indian Rock Coppell TX 75019
Contact details of Chris are as follows:
Name: Chris Brooks
Title: Senior Bunker Trader
Mobile: +1 (346) 714 0426
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
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