OW Bunker Strengthens Presence in Taiwan

(Press Release)
Tuesday, July 03, 2012
Götz Lehsten, Executive Vice President, OW Bunker

OW Bunker, a supplier and trader of marine fuel, announced on July 3, 2012 that it has opened a new representative office in Taiwan.

OW Bunker's new office in Taipei will be managed by Mr. Victor Huang, who has over 16 years of experience across the shipping industry. He joins the group from his previous position with NYK Taiwan. Mr Huang, who holds degrees in both Maritime Transportation and Maritime Law, has been appointed as Liaison Officer and will work in coordination with OW Bunker's existing team based at the Group's regional sales centre in Singapore.

Götz Lehsten, Executive Vice President, OW Bunker, commented: “We have a long and successful history in Taiwan and have built very close relationships with local customers over the past 20 years. Responding to the developing needs of our customers has been central to this success and we felt it was important to ensure that we had a local liaison office dedicated to meeting their requirements.

“Through our local office we are able to work more closely with our customers in the region. We can ensure that they can have access to quality products and services, and a complete bunker solution that is right for their business needs.”
 

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