Several major ports in play as Maersk's new bunker hubs

Maersk is working with a handful of hubs that will supplement Rotterdam in the collaboration the company launched with Vopak recently. The project will ensure the supply of low-sulfur fuel from 2020. Singapore is in play.

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A "handful" of major ports around the world are in play to become locations where Maersk can establish bunker stations, just as in Rotterdam, Maersk Line COO Søren Toft tells ShippingWatch.

He adds that "Singapore could be obvious".

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