KPI Bridge Oil Appoints Marine Fuel and Lubricants Trader

Thursday, March 17, 2011

London, 18 March 2011 – KPI Bridge Oil, a leading global bunker broker and trader has appointed Mr George Belekos as Marine Fuel and Lubricants Trader in its New York office.

 

George Belekos has obtained a Bachelor degree in Maritime Studies from the University of Piraeus. He has several years professional experience in sales and marine lubricants trading and has spent 3 years working for a well known lubricant trader in Greece. George, 31, is also currently undertaking a MBA degree at Baruch College, Zicklin School of Business in New York City and is fluent in English, Greek and French.

 

Source: KPI Bridge Oil

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