Chemoil Makes Appointment to Singapore Trading Team

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Main board-listed Chemoil has appointed Soh Guan Tin Colin as Trading Manager in .
Colin brings over ten years of trading experience and a solid network of market contacts in Asia and the . Prior to joining Chemoil, he spent five years as an oil products trader with Petroval Pte Ltd, a bulk oil trading and transportation company that specializes in high viscosity marine fuels. During this time, Colin was responsible for marketing Petroval’s M100 barrels into and was among one of the first traders to sell directly to the straight-run market. Further to trading a range of other petroleum products, he also cultivated strong relationships with Russian and Chinese market players whilst in this role.  

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