The Singapore branch of UK-headquartered bunkering firm KPI Bridge Oil has introduced its newly redesigned office located at One Raffles Place and latest Bunker Trader to the marine fuels industry.
“One Raffles Place is a fantastic location in the heart of the central business district. We are fortunate to uphold our residence in the building by simply relocating to another floor,” comments Mark Emmett, Managing Director of KPI Bridge Oil Singapore.
“We have redesigned our office so that it perfectly fits our current team structure and values, most important of which is our People First approach.
“This move to new premises will also accommodate further growth of our team and ensure that we remain a preferred place to work in the industry.”
The company, meanwhile, introduces Zoe Tang as its Singapore-based Bunker Trader.
Tang joins KPI Bridge Oil from a Hong Kong based trading company where she held an Assistant Manager position; she has worked for more than four years in bunkering in Asia and Russian Far East and is particularly experienced in high seas ship to ship (STS) deliveries.
She achieved a Master’s Degree from Hong Kong Baptist University in 2012.
KPI Bridge Oil Singapore’s new address is as follows:
KPI Bridge Oil Singapore Pte. Ltd
1 Raffles Place #26-01A
One Raffles Place
+65 6220 8655
Photo credit: KPI Bridge Oil
Published: 10 May, 2018
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