Per Funch-Nielsen becomes sales director at Glencore subsidiary
Per Funch-Nielsen, well-known in the bunker business, becomes sales director at OceanConnect Marine, a company owned by commodity trader Glencore. He made the switch from consultancy company 2020 Marine Energy.
BY NIKLAS KRIGSLUND
Per Funch-Nielsen, who has had a long career in the bunker business, has switched to a top position in the shipping sector.
On Oct. 1, Funch-Nielsen took up his new role as sales director at OceanConnect Marine, owned by commodity trader Glencore.
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