Dynamic Oil Appoints New Bunker Trader

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Charles Dai becomes latest recruit to join growing Singaporean team

Dynamic Oil Trading, a global trading company for marine fuels and lubricants, appointed Charles Dai as a Bunker Trader. The appointment further strengthens Dynamic Oil Trading's position within the market and adds experience to its team of marine fuel traders. Charles Dai joins Dynamic Oil Trading having previously worked for Chimbusco Pan Nation and Conmark Bunker.

Commenting Dai’s appointment, Lars Møller, CEO, Dynamic Oil Trading said, “Charles' appointment is a welcome addition to the expanding team at Dynamic Oil Trading. His industry knowledge, contacts and networks adds further strength to our experienced team, and his ability to build strong relationships with customers and partners fits perfectly with our ethos. His commitment to delivering exceptional customer service, whatever the challenge, reflects the way in which Dynamic Oil Trading strives to work, going back to the traditional values of our industry. I am delighted to welcome him to the team.”

www.dynamicoiltrading.com

 

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