Dan-Bunkering Relocates Another Bunker Trader

Marinelink.com
Wednesday, May 08, 2013
Raj Kiran Wuddi

The Danish owned worldwide supplier of bunker fuels, A/S Dan-Bunkering Ltd., already has offices in Denmark (Middelfart and Copenhagen), China (Shanghai and Beijing), Russia, Singapore, Monaco, and the U.S. and will shortly open their latest addition to the Dan-Bunkering group in Dubai.


In connection with the opening of the new office, Bunker Trader, Raj Kiran Wuddi, will be relocated from the office in Middelfart and will join the team with Managing Director Kasper Fulton Stiedl and Pooja Sangani.



Raj, an Indian native, started with Dan-Bunkering in Middelfart in 2008. Over the years he has built up a thorough knowledge especially about the Indian and Middle Eastern markets – an experience which will be a great asset to the new office in Dubai.

 

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