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Port of Rotterdam introduces long-awaited bunker license next year

A bunker license, which has been years underway, will now be introduced in the Port of Rotterdam. Starting next year, all suppliers of ship fuel must have authority approval.

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Port of Rotterdam now sets a date for implementation of the bunker license which has been in the works for years.

Starting from February 2021, all suppliers of ship fuel in the major European port must have an official license from the port authority.

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