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AET UK Ltd licenses GL Wand from Excel4apps

29 June 2009
Excel4apps announced that AET UK Ltd, an organization based in London, United Kingdom, has selected GL Wand to complement its Oracle Financial reporting toolset. AET is a leading worldwide petroleum shipping company. AET employs more than 3,000 highly skilled and dedicated people across the world to operate a young and technically advanced fleet of 70 tankers. The business is managed from regional centres in London, Houston, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore to move crude oil and refined products for the world’s oil companies and trading houses. AET is also a leading provider of US Gulf lightering services. For more information about AET UK Ltd, please visit www.aet-tankers.com.
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    Michelle Wallace, Arbonne International, LLC

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