OW Bunker Appoints Bunker Trader

press release
Monday, January 23, 2012

Sahar Zarghamian joins OW Bunker as a Bunker Trader.
OW Bunker, a supplier and trader of marine fuel, today announced the appointment of Sahar Zarghamian as a new Bunker Trader on its Fujairah desk in a move that further strengthens OW Bunker’s presence in the Middle East.

Sahar Zarghamian is rejoining OW Bunker Middle East, where she started her career as a Bunker Trader before moving on to work as a Trader for a reputable derivatives company in the region. Jesper Jervild, OW Bunker’s Regional Manager for the Middle East and South Africa, commented: “Strategically, Fujariah is a very important area of operation, as one of the world’s top three bunkering hubs and a rapidly expanding port. Having highly trained staff with a forensic knowledge of local operations, and important local business relationships is critically important to our continued success.

“With a global presence, influential local business partnerships and a strong financial backing, our team are able to provide customers with competitive prices and tailored bunkering and risk management solutions that meet the precise needs of their businesses and operations.  We have experienced significant growth in the Middle East in the past year and I am confident that Sahar Zarghamian will play an important role in contributing to our continued development.”

In 2011, OW Bunker Middle East moved to larger premises in Dubai due to its positive rate of growth.

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