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Maersk Oil Trading skyrocketed in Singapore last year

Hin Leong's bunker division was the largest bunker supplier in Singapore for 2018, while Maersk oil trading saw the largest boost.

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Maersk Oil Trading experienced the largest boost among bunker suppliers in Singapore in 2018, shows a report from the largest bunker supplier in Singapore carried out by the Marine Port Authority in Singapore, reports Ship & Bunker.

The Maersk company shot up 18 spots to a ranking as the ninth largest supplier.

The top spot is occupied by Ocean Bunker Services, Hin Leong Group's bunker arm which jumped seven places forward from 2017. In second and third place are Petrochina International and Sentek Marine & Trading.

On the opposite end of the scale, Chemoil, which now operates as Glencore Singapore, dropped 18 places from number 3 in 2017 to number 21 in 2018.

English Edit: Lena Rutkowski

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