Dan-Bunkering has large receivables in collapsed Greek operator

Bunker company Dan-Bunkering has receivables in Greek dry bulk operator Medmar, which collapsed in late September. The company has now gone to court to recover the money.

Dan-Bunkering har hovedkvarter i Middelfart og er den del af Bunker Holding-koncernen. | Photo: PR / Dan-Bunkering

Dan-Bunkering is one of several companies that find themselves with outstanding receivables following the collapse of a Greek dry bulk operator.

Greek company Medmar recently threw in the towel and left several unpaid bills with shipowners and suppliers.

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