Bunker sector preparing for legal battles after 2020

The new low-sulfur fuels will lead to more legal battles, the bunker sector expects. As such, several stakeholders are strengthening their staff with lawyers and personnel with deep technical experience. One of these is Bunker Holding.

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One of the world's largest bunker companies, Bunker Holding, is preparing for a wave of legal battles when the new low-sulfur fuels hit the market in 2020.

Bunker Holding, which is behind Dan-Bunkering and Bunker One, has therefore fortified its legal department to be able to handle the legal battles the bunker company expects will emerge when the global fleet starts sailing on the new fuels, which might behave in unexpected ways.

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