Bunker Holding doubled its result – but puts a damper on growth

Revenue grew and earnings doubled at Bunker Holding in 2018/19. But growth will be controlled in the coming years, says CEO in an interview with ShippingWatch, in which he also comments on an "apparent credit crunch" in the sector.

Keld Demant, CEO i Bunker Holding. | Photo: PR-foto

Bunker Holding, which is behind bunker companies such as Dan-Bunkering and Bunker One, will put a damper on its growth in the years to come.

This will be done despite the fact that the company, part of United Shipping and Trading Company, USTC, can report a doubling in its earnings in the latest financial year, in which revenue also grew.

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