Glander International Bunkering Hires New Senior Trader

By Joseph R. Fonseca
Sunday, June 01, 2014
Brian Turnbull as a Senior Bunker & Lubricant Trader

 

Glander International Bunkering announced appointment of Brian Turnbull as a Senior Bunker & Lubricant Trader. Brian will begin working with Glander International Bunkering in their Dubai office.

Brian comes to Glander International Bunkering with 23 years of experience in the bunker industry. He has previously been one of the driving forces in starting up and managing multiple successful bunkering companies in South Africa. His experience in business development and knowledge of the South African markets is welcomed at Glander International Bunkering.

Glander International Bunkering is happy to further strengthen our team with talented Traders, such as Brian, and look forward to continuing our development into the future.

Commenting on the appointment, Managing Director and CEO of the Glander International Bunkering Group, Christoffer Berg Lassen said, “In our continued efforts to strengthen and expand the global Glander International Bunkering brand, we welcome the inclusion of Brian into our talented Dubai team. I know that Brian’s knowledge and bunkering experience will be a great asset to our company both now and into the future.”

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