Dan-Bunkering (Middle East) DMCC is Open For Business

Marinelink.com
Wednesday, July 17, 2013

A/S Dan-Bunkering Ltd., a leading global bunker trader and supplier with offices in Denmark, China, Singapore, Kaliningrad, Monaco, and the US is now also located in Dubai.

 

This is the group’s first office in the region, and the overall objective is to strengthen the company’s position on the Middle Eastern and South Asian markets.



The office is now up and running and ready to answer your inquiries 24/7.



“We already have a great team to start with, however, we expect further recruitments to take place”, says Kasper Fulton Stiedl, Managing Director.

 

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