International Bunkering Appoints New Country Head of India

Marinelink.com
Friday, August 02, 2013
Chandan Samaiyar

International Bunkering, a leading supplier of bunkers and lubricant solutions, is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Chandan Samaiyar as its new Country Head of India.


Mr. Samaiyar replaces Capt. Virendra N. Mishra, who departs International Bunkering to pursue a career outside of the bunker industry.


Mr. Samaiyar takes on the role of Country Head of India from the 1st August 2013. With more than 30 years’ experience within the industry, he brings with him a wealth of knowledge of Indian shipping and bunkering.


Christoffer Berg Lassen, CEO of the International Bunkering Group, said: “I am very pleased to welcome Chandan to the International Bunkering group and I believe his knowledge and many years’ experience within the Indian bunker and shipping industry will substantially strengthen our Indian office.”
 

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