Shell Thailand appoints new Executive Director of Commercial Fuels Business
Jun 05, 2019
Bangkok, Thailand – The Shell Company of Thailand Limited is pleased to announce the appointment of Chuchart Sriwanwit as Executive Director of its Commercial Fuels Business. In assuming this position, Chuchart’s aim is to drive the growth of the Commercial Fuels business of Shell in Thailand.
Chuchart said: “I am honored to have the opportunity to manage and continue the success of Shell's Commercial Fuels business. As Executive Director, my aim is to strengthen the business and respond to the needs of a wide range of industrial customers. My focus will be on creating partnerships and delivering world-class products and services to customers in line with the belief that ‘Together Anything is Possible’, which is at the heart of Shell Commercial Fuels’ business operations. By doing this, we will help create success for customers’ businesses across the industrial sector”.
Chuchart recently shared his business vision with experts from the Thailand Greenhouse Gas Management Organization and the Federation of Thai Industries, industry representatives and Shell's regional and global experts at the "Shell FuelOil Extra: Your Partner for Energy Solutions Today and Tomorrow" event.
“In today's world, industrial customers face challenges in increasing efficiency, reducing operating costs and reducing environmental impacts. To help customers conduct business efficiently and ensure competitiveness, the Shell Commercial Fuels business has continually developed more innovative and cleaner fuel technologies, such as different grades of fuel oils like Shell FuelOil A Extra and Shell FuelOil C Extra. Shell is also ready to provide integrated energy solutions, supported by technical teams and management experts to help meet the needs of customers and grow alongside them”, Chuchart concluded.
With more than 26 years of experience at Shell, Chuchart is ready to drive the industry forward. He held a number of important positions in the region, including CF Regional International Key Account Manager, covering operations in Thailand, Malaysia, the Philippines, Hong Kong and Singapore. He also managed strategic commercial accounts throughout East Asia and has in-depth knowledge of the commercial transport sector, mobility innovations, fuels and lubricants.
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