OW Bunker Appoint New HK Branch Manager

Thursday, June 06, 2013

OW Bunker, suppliers and traders of marine fuel oil and lubricants, announce the appointment of Eric Hu as a new Branch Manager in its Hong Kong office.

Mr. Hu previously spent two years as Market Manager for China/H.K. and ARA (Europe) at Brightoil Petroleum (Singapore) Pte Ltd. Prior to that he spent 14 years working for BP Marine in Taiwan and Singapore, where his last position was Market Manager for Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong and the Middle East in BP Singapore Pte Ltd.

Commenting on the appointment, Paul Bradshaw, Regional Manager, OW Bunker Asia, said:

“I am delighted to welcome Eric to OW Bunker. He has a wealth of international and industry experience as well as a proven track record in managing and building successful business relationships. I am confident that he will add real value to our customers and help to continue the significant growth and development that our Hong Kong office has realised over the past few years.”

About OW Bunker:

OW Bunker is one of the world's largest suppliers of marine fuel oil and related services. The Group's core activity is the global sale of bunkers both from its own physical inventories, where it operates over 30 large and small tankers in its global fleet, as well as an intermediary trader.
 

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