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Martin Thomsen named new CEO at Air BP

Posted 25 June 2020 · Add Comment

Air BP has appointed Martin Thomsen as chief executive officer, Air BP, to commence on July 1.


 

Martin Thomsen named new CEO at Air BP. Image: Air BP

 

Thomsen will succeed Jon Platt, who has successfully led the business since 2016.

 

Martin has been with BP for 15 years and has held several positions across the downstream business. He joins Air BP from his previous position as retail director and fuels country integrator for Austria, Switzerland and Turkey.

 

“I am proud to have been appointed to lead this great business. This is a time of significant challenge for the aviation industry, but it is also a time of great opportunity” said Thomsen.

 

“Air BP has been providing safe and reliable fuelling operations for over 90 years and remains committed to supporting the needs of our customers. We have an exciting future ahead of us as we continue to support both bp and our industry’s low carbon ambitions”.

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