Bulk company Falcon sues World Fuel Services over off-spec bunker delivery

Dry bulk company Falcon demands damages from World Fuel Services in a case regarding a fuel delivery to a chartered vessel last year, which exceeded the IMO's sulfur limit. "We are disappointed and feel very poorly treated by World Fuel Services in this case," Falcon tells ShippingWatch.

Falcon demands compensation from World Fuel Service for an off-spec fuel delivery. The picture is unrelated to the ongoing case. | Photo: Falcon Maritime

Dry bulk shipping company Falcon has sued bunker supplier World Fuel Services for a low-sulfur bunker delivery to a vessel under time charter at the Danish shipping company last year.

Falcon has raised claims related to losses and potential costs "in excess of USD 500,000", reveals the complaint filed with a US court through subsidiary Falcon Navigation.

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