Tan Joins Glander Bunkering Team

Maritimeprofessional.com
Thursday, March 20, 2014
Euwyn Tan

Glander International Bunkering, a leading global bunkering and lubricant trading & brokering company, is pleased to announce that Euwyn Tan has joined their Singapore team.



Euwyn begins his career in Glander International Bunkering as a Bunker and Lubricant Trader. This well-timed appointment comes as Glander International Bunkering continues strengthening its global market presence.



Euwyn has experience as a shipbroker and bunker trader in both the Taiwanese and Singaporean market. He brings with him a wealth of experience on bunker activities in the Far Eastern ports.



Commenting on the appointment, Managing Director and CEO of Glander International Bunkering Group, Christoffer Berg Lassen said: “In our continued efforts to consolidate the global Glander International Bunkering brand, we have taken this opportunity to expand our talented team in Singapore. Consequently, we are pleased to welcome Euwyn on-board. We have no doubt that Euwyn’s expertise in trading will make a positive contribution to our Far Eastern operations. As Glander International Bunkering continues growing, we are always happy to welcome talented traders such as Euwyn to our team”

 

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