New Regional Credit Manager for Bunker Holding A/S

Press Release
Friday, March 15, 2013
Linda Goh

Bunker Holding is pleased to announce that as from 1 January 2013 Linda Goh has been appointed as Regional Credit Manager - Asia.
 

Linda has more than 14 years of experience in credit management and analysis in the Asian and global markets, whereof 12 years with Chevron.


As evident from her title, Linda will focus on Asia and Pacific areas, and she will handle credit  applications and questions from all companies in the Bunker Holding Group concerning clients in these areas, covering from UAE to Australia.
 

The expansion of Bunker Holding’s credit department has been done to meet growing business in Asia and to ensure a continued smooth and stable process for all Group offices regardless of time zone.

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