New Hires, New Office for Sea Trader International in Shanghai

Mr. Kevin Wo has been appointed as sales manager of the new office, which has been operating since last month.

Hong Kong-based Sea Trader International Ltd\u00a0(Sea Trader) today has announced in an emailed press release that, in accordance with the company's expansion plan, it has established a new office in Shanghai, China.

Mr. Kevin Wo has been appointed as sales manager of the new office, which has been operating since last month.

Wo is understood to have some nine years experience in the bunker industry, having started his career at OW Bunker, before becoming a manager at Cockett Marine Oil.

"He has vast experience and great knowledge in the shipping and bunker market, it is definitely important issue when serving our customer's needs," said Simon Szeto, Managing Director of Sea Trader.

Mr Damon Wang and Ms Summer Zhai have also been appointed as bunker trader at the new location.

Contact details for the new office are as follows:

Sea Trader International Ltd Shanghai Rep.Office
Office address: Unit D3, 23/F, West Tower Shanghai Hi-Tech King World 668 East Beijing Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai.
Tel: 86-21-63332290
Fax: 86-21-63332250

Kevin Wo
Mp: +86-13816727363
Yahoo id: kevinwo553
Skype id: kevin.wo82

Damon Wang
Mp: +86-13636378256
Yahoo id: seatrader_damon
Skype id: seatrader_damon

Summer Zhai
Mp: +86-18687828330
Yahoo id: seatrader_summer
Skype id: z394663398_1



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