Bunker company in military niche market broadens its business

Bunker company Stonewin, which until now has only supplied state organizations such as the US military and NATO, is now entering the commercial market. A former Glencore trader is behind the company.

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A bunker company that has specialized in supplying customers such as the US military and NATO is now entering the commercial market.

Stonewin says in an announcement that it is opening a physical bunker operation in Port Louis in Mauritius, from where it will deliver marine fuel to commercial vessels.

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