Wed 11 Jan 2017 08:27

Trading and broking firm NORbunker launched in Denmark

Company is headed up by experienced bunker trader Jesper Riis Christiansen.

A new trading and brokering business specializing in marine fuels and lubricants has been launched in Denmark under the company name NORbunker A/S.

Located in Aalborg, NORbunker is headed up by experienced bunker trader Jesper Riis Christiansen. Prior to the launch of NORbunker in December, Christiansen served as senior trader at bunker firm Monjasa A/S. Before that, he was key account manager at Malik Supply A/S and its subsidiary Nordic Marine Oil A/S over a period of more than seven years. He also worked for O.W. Supply & Trading for four years between 2003 and 2007.

Contact details for Jesper Riis Christiansen have been provided below.

Jesper Riis Christiansen
Phone: +45 91939325
Skype Business:

Please find below the contact details of NORbunker A/S.

NORbunker A/S
Ostre Kanalgade 20
DK-9000 Aalborg

Phone: +45 91939325

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