Monjasa preparing large growth in Asia

After five years on the Singapore market the Danish bunker company is now ready for more, and CEO Jan Jacobsen expects major growth in the coming years.

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Following five years on the world's biggest bunker market in Singapore, Fredericia-based bunker supplier Monjasa is now confident that the business there can be significantly expanded. Monjasa's Singapore office currently employs six people, but according to CEO Jan Jacobsen the company will have a significantly higher number of employees in its Asian division within a few years.

"Our plan is to expand the office over the next few years, to 20 people in total," Jan Jacobsen tells ShippingWatch, adding:

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