Smaller bunker company to deliver low-sulfur fuel next week

Bunker company Stonewin, founded by a former trader from Glencore and Trafigura, declares itself ready to deliver low-sulfur fuel in the Indian Ocean as early as May 1.

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A smaller bunker company, which has previously only supplied the military, declares itself ready to sell low-sulfur fuel in no more than one week.

In a statement, Stonewin informs that the company will begin its delivery of fuel with 0.5 percent sulfur content from May 1.

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