ExxonMobil Marine Fuels Expands Thames Region Desk

Tuesday, January 30, 2001
ExxonMobil Marine Fuels (EMMF), the world's largest supplier of marine fuels, has appointed Mark Hunter as marine sales manager on its Thames Region desk. Mark was formerly with bunker supplier Bominflot U.K. "We are delighted with Mark's appointment. He brings a broad range of bunker expertise to EMMF and will be a significant asset to our Thames Region desk," said Peter Healey, head of EMMF. "I am looking forward to increasing EMMF's business in the Thames Region area and helping the company achieve the service goals that it has set," Hunter said. Hunter has been in the bunker industry for three years, and previously traded European bunker fuels. He will be based in EMMF's headquarters in Leatherhead, UK, and can be contacted at: +(44) 1372-225627. ExxonMobil Marine Fuels has a supply presence in over 300 ports in over 70 countries, through which more than 15m tons of marine fuel are supplied annually.
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