Singapore-based energy trading company Sing Fuels has been recognised as amongst the top ten winners of the prestigious Enterprise 50 Awards 2020 on Tuesday (23 March).
Sing Fuels was ranked as number EIGHT within the pool of other 50 privately-held companies.
The company has created a culture of excellence by diversifying its business scope through investing on clean fuels bunkering, talent management and state-of-the-art digital solutions – while strengthening on its core business units, it said.
Outstanding operational processes such as business model, credit risk management, governance, market branding and presence also played a part in enhancing its business culture.
“We are humbled and proud to be placed amongst the top ten winners of the Enterprise 50 Awards,” said Satnam Singh, COO, Sing Fuels.
“The improvement in ranking is a testament to our Sing Fuellers’ dedication and efforts over the past year.
“We are also here today because of the constant support and unyielding trust from our customers, suppliers and partners. We will continue to improve our services and skills to uphold our promise in delivering excellence.”
The E50 Awards, first established in 1995, recognises local, privately-held companies who have contributed to economic development in Singapore and abroad.
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Photo credit: Sing Fuels
Published: 23 March, 2021
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