KPI Bridge Oil Adds Bunker Trader for Valparaiso Office

press release
Thursday, October 06, 2011
Cesar A. Aguilar, KPI Bunker Trader

KPI Bridge Oil has appointed Mr. Cesar A. Aguilar as Bunker Trader in its Valparaiso office.


Cesar is an experienced shipping and bunkering professional with 7 years of experience in international shipping and bunkering and a graduate of Mechanical Engineering from the University Federico Santa Maria of Valparaiso. Cesar is fluent in Spanish and English. Pedro Vergara, General Manager, KPI Bridge Oil Valparaiso says: “We are very pleased to have Cesar on board, he brings a lot of commercial experience and knowledge of shipping and the bunkering industry to the Valparaiso team which will further enable us to strengthen our service delivery during this period of increased activity and expansion of our office”.  
 

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