World Fuel Services lands new credit deal ahead of 2020

World Fuel Services joins the list of bunker companies to expand their credit facilities ahead of the increased fuel bill IMO's sulfur requirements are expected to cause from 2020.

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The world's biggest bunker company, World Fuel Services, has secured a new credit facility.

The company increases its credit to USD 1.8 billion and extends it to 2024, reveals a statement from the company.

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