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Monjasa hires eight bunker trading employees

Company employs four bunker traders and four bunker trader trainees.



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Updated on 16 Aug 2017 10:27 GMT

Bunker firm Monjasa has announced the hiring of four bunker traders and four bunker trader trainees this month.

Two of the four bunker traders, Mads Nielsen and Soren Stilling Gade, will be based at the company's office in Fredericia, Denmark, whilst Minas Tsokopoulos has joined Monjasa's Limassol operation and Zachary Lee Weijie has been employed in Singapore.

"To meet customer demands, they bring in a wide range of relevant experiences ranging from bunker trading and international sales to petroleum engineering and supply chain management," Monjasa said.

The four bunker trader trainees - Victor Clement, Kristian Smith Hansen, Matthias Andreasen and Christian Storvold Larsen - are all joining Monjasa's office in Fredericia.

The new trainees will now receive a thorough introduction to the shipping industry by senior bunker traders and the Monjasa Academy. In addition, they have been enrolled in a two-year shipping programme together with other students from the Danish maritime industry.

Last month, Bunker Index also reported that Monjasa's bunker trading and operator trainees Nicklas Berg, Daniel Lind, Mathias Buch, and Mathias Bjarnhoff all graduated from the Danish Shipping Academy (DSA) after completing the DSA's two-year Commercial Shipping Programme.

"Monjasa has a long tradition of empowering and grooming young talents and several of our current Sales Managers embarked on their careers as trainees," Monjasa explained.

"At Monjasa, we see success from building on our current offerings and as part of this strategy I am pleased to welcome this strong batch of Bunker Traders and young talents. We continue to develop our core business and we are finally eyeing slow improvements of the global shipping markets. To support our ambitions, we will continue to look for talents supporting the future development of our company," said Group COO Svend Stenberg Molholt.






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