Shipping companies can save money by changing bunker hubs

Shipping companies can save upwards of three percent when bunkering fuel if they dare deviate from standard patterns, says Bunkermetric, which is behind a new system to help shipowners make better bunker purchasing decisions.

If ship operators and shipping companies to a larger degree deviate from the ingrown choices that have for years been their habit, there are significant savings to be made, says Christian Plum, one of the co-founders of company Bunkermetric.

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