Dan-Bunkering: Mandatory control just the first step

Dan-Bunkering welcomes the new regulations in the Port of Singapore, but stresses that this only represents the first step toward ensuring a more viable bunker market.

Henrik Zederkof, CEO of bunker supplier Dan-Bunkering, calls its an exciting initiative that the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has now decided to act on the extensive fraud prevalent in relation to the trade of ship fuel.

ShippigWatch recently learned that the port has adopted the mandatory use of mass-flowmeters on the bunker suppliers' barges, thus ensuring that buyers receive the right amount of bunker.

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