Global trading house recruits 40 former OW employees

Trading house Mercuria is trying to recruit a sizeable group of former OW Bunker employees for offices located various places in Asia and Greece, according to Reuters.

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International trading house Mercuria, which operates significant trading activities from its Geneva headquarters, has hired close to 40 former employees from crashed OW Bunker, according to Reuters. OW Bunker employed around 600 people ahead of the bankruptcy.

Mercuria has launched a new bunker business in northern Asia, where the company has recruited 17 former OW Bunker employees. The Asian business will be headed by Joon Kim, former branch manager of OW Bunker in South Korea.

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