Monjasa ship released by authorities in Angola

"We have a feeling that we have been used as an example as the biggest supplier in the area," says CEO of Monjasa, Anders Østergaard, after authorities released a tanker for a fine of USD 40,000.

Authorities in Angola have released the tanker M/T San Padre Pio, at 7,616 dwt, of the Danish bunker company Monjasa, which has paid a fine of USD 40,000, Anders Østergaard, CEO of Monjasa Holding, tells ShippingWatch.

"We have a feeling that we have been used as an EEZ example as the biggest supplier in the area, which is to echo locally. And you can say that it's been successful. Fortunately with a positive outcome," says Anders Østergaard.

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