OW BUNKER APPOINTS NEW REGIONAL MANAGER

Thursday, March 03, 2011

Jesper Jervild promoted to Regional Manager, Middle East and South Africa
 
OW Bunker, one of the world’s leading suppliers and traders of marine fuel, today announced that Jesper Jervild has been appointed to the position of Regional Manager for the Middle East and South Africa.  In his new role, Jervild is based in Dubai and is responsible for all of OW Bunker’s activities in this region.

Jesper Jervild has been promoted from the position of Branch Manager of OW Bunker South Africa (Pty) Ltd, based in Cape Town, where he has spent the past four years.  Jervild joined OW Bunker in 1992 and has held a number of positions with the company, including time spent in OW Bunker’s Denmark and Singapore offices.

Commenting on the appointment, Götz Lehsten, Executive Vice President, OW Bunker, said:

“This appointment represents the commitment that we have as a business to the Middle East and Africa, a region of growth that is vital for our customers.  Jesper has a long history with OW Bunker and a wealth of industry experience that will serve to ensure that our operation in the region is geared to deliver customers with the highest levels of service and quality products possible.”

The role of Branch Manager and day-to-day responsibility for OW Bunker South Africa (Pty) Ltd will now be taken over by Veryan Bell, who has been promoted from her position as a Bunker Trader.

Source: OW Bunker


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