UAE Bunker Traders Appointed by GAC Bunker Fuels

Press Release
Wednesday, August 01, 2012

GAC Bunker Fuels has appointed two new UAE-based bunker traders as part of its regional expansion plan.

Georgia Paravalou will trade and broker marine fuels in her new role. Aneconomics and management graduate, she joins GAC Bunker Fuels from AP&A.
Ltd, where she worked as a shipbroker, coordinated the marketing department and developed business in the UK and South China.

Anthony Inglis is charged with expanding GAC's bunker business in the Middle East and developing bunkering operations in Sub-Saharan Africa. He
joined GAC Bunker Fuels from Weatherford International, where he served as a Procurement and Logistics Co-ordinator for the same market.

"We are delighted to welcome Georgia and Anthony to GAC Bunker Fuels," says Nicholas Browne, Global Director of GAC Bunker Fuels. "The relocation
of our headquarters was driven by a desire to offer our marine fuel customers the full range of services offered by the GAC Group. In particular, for vessel owners and operators in the Middle East, where GAC has a proud history as a trusted provider of quality shipping services.
 


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