KPI Bridge Oil Appoints Mauro Agostini to Miami Office

Press Release
Friday, October 19, 2012
Mauro Agostini: Photo credit KPI

KPI Bridge Oil, worldwide bunker broking and trading company, appoints Bunker Broker & Trader Mauro Agostini for its Miami office.

Mauro, 40 years old, has been working in the bunker industry since 2006. He has in depth knowledge of the yacht market globally and has also worked intensively with Italian and Spanish ship owners and supply focus in the Spanish and Mediterranean ports.

Mauro has a degree in Economics and fluent in Italian, Spanish and English.

Jesper Rasmussen, Commercial Director, KPI Bridge Oil North America says: “It is an important part of KPI Bridge Oil's overall strategy to expand our teams in Miami and in our other offices in the Americas and I am extremely pleased that Mauro Agostini has now joined the Miami office. I have absolutely no doubt that he will be a great asset both to the Miami office and to the KPI Bridge Oil group as a whole.”

KPI Bridge Oil is a leading worldwide bunker broking and trading company dating back to 1971 with head office in London and offices in Istanbul, Miami, New York, Seattle, Singapore and Valparaiso. They fulfil bunker and lube oil requirements in more than 2800 harbors worldwide for the international shipping industry, covering all major time zones 24 hours a day.
 

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