OW Bunker Appoints New Trading Manager

Press Release
Wednesday, April 11, 2012

OW Bunker, a supplier and trader of marine fuel, announced the appointment of Stathis Grafakos as the new manager of OW Bunker Malta's Trading Division.

Prior to joining OW Bunker, Grafakos spent 10 years in a variety of roles with ExxonMobil, including laboratory services, supply chain & logistics and sales. A Greek national, Grafakos has an expertise in the manufacturing and development of marine lubricants, along with extensive experience in technical and commercial operations within the marine sector.

Grafakos will work closely alongside  Panayotis Bachtis, Branch Manager of OW Bunker Malta Ltd.

“We're delighted that Stathis has taken up this new role with OW Bunker Malta,” said Søren Christian Meyer, Global Sales Director, OW Bunker. “Stathis' outstanding technical and commercial knowledge, coupled with his understanding of the Greek and Mediterranean markets, will significantly strengthen our marine fuel-trading operations. “

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