Gulf Petrochem names new trading officials
Dubai, November 3, 2011
Gulf Petrochem Group has named three new trading officials in key Asian markets as part of its aggressive Asian expansion plans. It now has three global trading desks and has consolidated trading teams in strategic areas.
The three appointees include Chew Sung Kwang, senior bunker trader, Gulf Petrochem Singapore; Swathi Reddy senior manager bunker sales, Gulf Petrochem UAE; and Rajdeep Taiterway senior bunker trader, Gulf Petrochem Energy, India, a statement from the company said.
They bring in many years of experience and expertise in oil trading, business development, public relations, and sales and marketing.
“Singapore, UAE and India represent some of our top markets, which is why we are pursuing more synergies in these territories via our latest strategic appointments. Our new senior officials have the exceptional experience and skills necessary to drive our vision of becoming an integrated multinational energy firm driving global growth. We are confident that they will be able to exceed our expectations and sustain our status as a key player in the oil space,” said Prerit Goel, group head, supply & trading, Gulf Petrochem Group.
Since its inception in 1998, Gulf Petrochem Group has emerged as a $500 million company operating six strategic business units of oil trading & bunkering, oil refining, grease manufacturing, oil storage terminals, bitumen manufacturing, and shipping & logistics, the statement said. – TradeArabia News Service