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Bunker Holding launches new company for major customers

What has Bunker Holding been working on since the major bunker group launched a "secret project" based in London? ShippingWatch has the answer here.

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Bunker Holding has established a new bunker company under the name Bunker One, which has offices in London and Singapore and will work exclusively on winning more, long-lasting contracts with major customers, confirms CEO Henrik Zederkof to ShippingWatch after the market has been tracking the Danish bunker company's efforts to win over the big companies for some time.

So far, the world's largest carriers have been left to a large number of different companies under the Bunker Holding umbrella, all of which have theoretically fought against each other to land contracts.

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