Bunker Holding aims to capture market shares after 2020

There will be a scramble to attract customers after 2020 when several oil majors and commodity traders will work to conquer a bigger share of the bunker market. Still, Bunker Holding aims to grow its market share, the company tells ShippingWatch.

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Although Bunker Holding will be competing even more with some of the world's biggest oil majors, the company is confident that it will be able to win market shares when the new sulfur regulations come into force next year, says Global Head of Physical Operations Carlos G. Torres in an interview with ShippingWatch.

As Bunker Holding Group, we are probably looking at increasing our current market share by 2-5 percent from our current market share

Carlos G. Torres, Global Head of physical operations, bunker holding

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