CANDEN Marine Fuel Services Opens New Office

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Wednesday, January 08, 2014
Gayle Lewis

Montreal-based CANDEN Marine Fuel Services Ltd. announced the opening of its new East Coast Canadian office.

The organization forms one of the independent marketers of marine fuels in Canada with a focus on the Canadian and American East Coast ports, as well as the ports in the Caribbean.

The new office will be led by Gayle Lewis, who brings years of expertise in the Canadian markets along with ties to the Montreal and East Coast shipping communities.

CANDEN Marine Fuel Services said it is committed to assisting its business partners with competitive prices, reliable, dependable service and follow-up. Open for business 24 hours a day – weekends and holidays included – Gayle and her team are available to answer inquiries and questions regarding bunker prices, availability, congestion and port/delivery options.
 


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