Monjasa deploys another tanker to the Panama Canal

Bunker company Monjasa ups its activities in the Panama Canal by deploying another tanker vessel to supply bunker to customers.

Monjasa Supplier was built in 2010 holds 8.839 dwt. The ship sails on Panama flag. | Photo: Monjasa

Bunker company Monjasa moves more of its activities to the Panama Canal by deploying another ship to the area with the aim of reducing wait times for vessels.

More specifically, Monjasa deploys a 8.839 dwt tanker to the port in Cristobal on the Caribbean side of the canal, the Danish group informs Tuesday.

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