International Bunkering Acquires Glander & Re-Brands

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Thursday, October 31, 2013

Leading bunker and lubricant trading company, International Bunkering, has acquired Glander International, one of the oldest bunker brokering companies in the US.

International say that this opportunity will be used to change the company’s name and to re-brand it in line with this expansion. All brand equities will be transferred from both companies, and incorporated into the new company, Glander International Bunkering from November 1st, 2013.

“There are significant synergies connecting both companies, and this acquisition will reinforce Glander International Bunkering’s global operations. Jointly, the two companies’ financial power, heritage and expertise will benefit our customers, through the positive union that this acquisition will bring. Clients will enjoy access to more in-depth knowledge, greater engagement with all major time zones and round-the-clock availability of Glander International Bunkering’s expert brokers and traders,” said Christoffer Berg Lassen, Managing Director and CEO of Glander International Bunkering.

Glander International Bunkering says it will remain committed to assisting customers with purchasing the highest quality products in a cost-effective manner. The company now offers a substantially enhanced global influence, and has offices strategically located in Dubai, Singapore, Mumbai & Florida, and the deal makes it one of the largest bunker & lubricant trading and brokering firms in the world. HQ is in Dubai, UAE.

 

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