Dan-Bunkering owner on Syria case: "They acted as they were supposed to"

Dan-Bunkering could not have handled the sale of jet fuel to the Russian military differently, for instance ensuring who would be the final buyer of the fuel. And the procedures will not change going forward, Bunker Holding CEO Keld Demant tells ShippingWatch.

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Dan-Bunkering could not have done more to safeguard itself in a series of deliveries of jet fuel to the Russian military, which resulted in the company being reported to the police for violating sanctions, says Keld R. Demant, CEO of the company's owner, Bunker Holding.

All procedures were followed, and with the knowledge available at the time, there was nothing that triggered suspicion that the jet fuel might end up in Syria, where it may have been used on Russian fighter jets in the civil war.

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