Endofa reports deficit after closing down in Denmark

Endofa booked a deficit in 2017, a year in which the bunker company closed down its headquarters in Denmark and wound down its business in Dubai. But the change in course is expected to deliver a profit already next year.

Bunker company Endofa is back in the red after delivering its first and only profit so far the year before.

The Danish company was founded by breakouts from Monjasa in 2012/13, and the company had from day one ambitions to become a key player in the bunker market with a special focus on West Africa, keeping offices in Denmark, Houston, Dubai and Nice.

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