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VIKING welcomes new Country Director for Turkey, Greece, Bulgaria, Romania and Lebanon

Omur Izgili will take over as VIKING’s new Country Director for Turkey, Greece, Bulgaria, Romania and Lebanon on January 1, 2018. He is succeeding Yasin Kasa, who has been appointed Senior Commercial Director for VIKING Asia based out of Singapore. Mr. Kasa will remain an active member of the VIKING Turkey Board of Directors.   […] The post VIKING welcomes new Country Director for Turkey, Greece, Bulgaria, Romania and Lebanon appeared first on gCaptain.
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