Maersk establishes low-sulfur fuel venture in Rotterdam

In an effort to ensure the supply of low-sulfur fuel from 2020, Maersk establishes a new company together with Royal Vopak, which will provide bunkering of the new fuel mix in Rotterdam.

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Maersk Group and Dutch tank storage operator Vopak join forces to establish a new bunkering facility for low-sulfur fuel in Rotterdam.

The new venture will cater for around 20 percent of Maersk's global demand, say the partners in a press release.

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