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Port of Rotterdam's bunker sales declined

Bunker sales at the Port of Rotterdam dropped in 2019, the clearly weakest year in a row of five. However, the port still describes itself as Europe's largest bunkering port.

One of Europe's largest ports, Rotterdam, saw a decline in its bunker sales last year. | Photo: Michael Kooren/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

One of Europe's largest ports, the Port of Rotterdam, saw a decline in its bunker sales last year. Total sales fell to 8.94 million cubic meters from 9.47 million cubic meters, show newly published figures.

Despite the volume drop, the Port of Rotterdam still calls itself the "largest European bunker port".

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