A/S Dan-Bunkering to Expand in Asia

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Monday, April 22, 2013

Worldwide supplier of bunker fuels A/S Dan-Bunkering Ltd. expanded its activities in China with an office in Beijing.

 


The Danish-owned company already has offices in Denmark, Monaco, Kaliningrad, Houston, Singapore and Shanghai. The latest addition in Beijing will help provide the customers in the Chinese region with better local and worldwide knowledge.



“Beijing is the first step in our expansion in China, which will continue in the coming years with additional offices. To support Dan-Bunkering’s growth strategy we expect to hire more qualified people in the near future,” said Søren Pedersen, head of Dan-Bunkering’s Chinese operations.

 

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