International Bunkering Appoints Team Leader

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Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Ajay Menon

International Bunkering Middle East DMCC promoted Ajay Menon to Senior Bunker/Lubricant Trader and Team Leader.


“Mr. Menon has served our company diligently and loyally for more than seven years and has played  an important and driving role in the development of our Sales Team through his wide experience in the market and through his extensive professional network of valued business counter parties.  


We are always pleased to announce a promotion of any employee within our group, especially when it comes to Team members like Ajay, which loyalty is so highly valued by us”, says Managing Director & CEO of the International Bunkering Group, Mr. Carsten Ladekjaer.

 

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