Quality Control Manager
World Fuel Services
Mr. Eley commenced his career as an engineering apprentice building Sulzer Marine Diesel Engines on the North East Coast of England before joining Austin and Pickersgill shipyard as an estimating and contracts engineer prior to spending 12 years at sea with Ocean Transport and Trading and is a combine Chief Engineer (Stream and Diesel)
After completing his sea going career he transferred to a shore position with the same company as a Marine Consultant unit he became Vice President of Ocean Fleets Consultant Services in the USA. He thereafter joined C.R. Cushing and Company, a New York based Naval Architect, and spent four years in New Ship Construction in Spain as a machinery Inspector and later new Construction Project Management for nine reefer ship newbuildings.
He continued his career in the USA at ABS Oil Testing Services as its Technical Director and then Vice President a position he held for 15 years before joining World Fuel Services in 2006 as their Quality Control Manager.
How Will Carriers Adapt to IMO 2020 Sulphur Regulations?
Tuesday, 17 September, 2019
- Understanding the impact of the incoming fuel regulations on day-to-day business
- Assessing the real term cost impacts
- Gauging industry preparedness and resource required to meet regulatory obligations
- How will these costs be passed on to shippers?
- What will be the impact for clients?