* Bunker industry ripe for consolidation * Smaller players to come under pressure * Economies of scale, 2020 sulfur cap to drive industry M&A UAE-based Glander International Bunkering, the largest bunker trader and brokerage in the Middle East by sales, is targeting a 10%-15% year on year growth in bunker fuel sales through organic expansion…Details
Glander International Bunkering Proudly Welcomes Jake Marcello as Bunker and Lubricant Trader/Broker
Glander International Bunkering, a world respected marine fuel, lubricant trading and brokering company has appointed Jake Marcello as Bunker and Lubricant trader/broker for the Florida office. Jake Marcello joins Glander International Bunkering with a passion for the maritime industry and has completed several intensive bunker courses. Mr. Marcello is skilled at supplying bunkers in the…Details
Dubai: The disparate, stretched bunkering sector will go through a period of amalgamation, argues a senior player in the industry in today’s Maritime CEO profile. Christoffer Berg Lassen is the managing director and ceo of Dubai-headquartered Glander International Bunkering, a position he has held for the last nine months. He echoes other bunker players who…Details
Carsten Ladekjaer, managing director, explains to IBJ, the benefits of providing a personalised service. “International Bunkering Middle East DMCC is a true world wide top professional player in the bunker and lubricant supply market. We provide product expertise, market guidance, flexible credit terms and first and foremost an excellent personalised service to our clients which…Details
Last year was not an easy one for most players in the UAE, and wider Middle East, bunker market. While overall figures are not available, the words most used to describe sales were “flat” or, more positively “stable” and it is clear that pressure on margins has continued unabated. Download PDF: Interview with Carston Ladekjaer –…Details
If the dwindling vehicle queues on the Sheikh Zayed Road are anything to go by, Dubai still has a long way to go before economic growth returns to anything like it was before the Lehman Brothers crash in September 2008. An unusual yardstick it may be, but it is one locals believe is largely representative…Details
From its office in Dubai, International Bunkering Middle East DMCC supplies bunkers and lubricants world-wide. Managing Director Carsten Ladekjaer readily agrees to share his thoughts on the new realities following the recent economic meltdown.