Canadian bulk operator Norvic hit by bad bunker in Panama

Norvic Shipping has also been faced with a claim after buying dirty bunker oil in Panama. The course of events is almost identical to that which recently hit carrier Integrity Bulk.

Photo: PR-foto: Norvic Shipping

Yet another dry bulk company has run into problems with dirty bunker, a matter that has been troubling key ports for months and has resulted in legal complications all over the world.

ShippingWatch reported Thursday that the Danish carrier Integrity Bulk had been faced with a million dollar claim after buying impure bunker for a chartered vessel.

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