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Another senior executive leaves Trafigura and Fredriksen's bunker company

First CEO Anders Grønborg departed, and now another senior executive has decided to leave Trafigura and John Fredriksen's joint bunker company TFG Marine, sources tell ShippingWatch.

TFG Marine was established by Trafigura and John Fredriksen-controlled carriers Fronline and Golden Ocean. The company is based in Singapore. | Photo: Toby Melville/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

For the second time in only a few months, another senior executive has decided the leave the executive team at TFG Marine, which is Trafigura's and the John Fredriksen-group's joint bunker company based in Singapore.

This time, the company loses Mikkel Jacobsen, who has reportedly decided to move to Dubai, sources tell ShippingWatch following an internal announcement.

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