Bomin shuts down two of four offices to be ready for 2020

The bunker supplier closes its activities in two of the worlds biggest bunker ports to focus on its offices in Houston and Hamburg. The move will prepare the company for the changes in the bunker market by 2020, says Bomin.

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Bomin is shutting down half of its four offices.

The offices in major bunker hubs Antwerp and Singapore will be closed down during this year, while the German bunker company will maintain its presence in Houston and Hamburg.

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