Singapore revokes license from two bunker suppliers

Singapore's Maritime and Port Authority have revoked two bunker suppliers' license to operate in the world's top bunker port. The two companies have, according to the authority, violated the terms and conditions for bunker activities in the port.

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The Maritime and Port Authority in Singapore (MPA) has targeted two bunker suppliers and revoked their license to operate in the world's largest bunker port, informs the authority in a statement.

The MPA attributes the move to the fact that the two companies, Vermont UM Bunkering and Seaquest Tanker, have acted in violation of the terms and conditions that apply for bunker suppliers operating in the port.

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