Bad bunker in Singapore could be an early warning of something much bigger

News of bad bunker findings in Singapore is on the one hand trivial, because it is hardly the first time such has occurred in the shipping industry. On the other hand, it could be an indication of something much bigger, sources say.

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News of bad bunker in a port is not necessarily something which will halt operations in carriers' offices nor on ships' bridges, for that matter. In part, because it happens with relative frequency, and in part because damages are usually limited to few clients or contained to limit the extent of damages.

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