Aegan settles with dissatisfied investors

Greek bunkering company Aegan has, effective immediately, expanded its board of directors, adding, among others, the spokesperson that made a harsh criticism of the bunkering company. At the same time, the parties have reached a settlement after a long dispute.

By all accounts, a group of dissatisfied investors had part of their claim against the Greek bunkering company, Aegean Marine Petroleum, accomodated.

The Greek bunkering company has increased the number of board members by three, and has at the same time terminated its consultancy agreement with the previous owner and founder, Dimitris Melissandidis, Aegean announces.

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