Monjasa feels low-sulfur boom – has supplied twice as many tons

In the first two weeks of 2020, Monjasa has delivered twice as many tons as in the same period last year. The reason is the new sulfur regulations, says COO, who also outlines some of the challenges that have already emerged in relation to the new fuels.

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Monjasa's offices and ships have been extra busy in the first days of 2020.

Since the new IMO sulfur regulations came into force at the turn of the year, the Danish bunker supplier has delivered twice as many tons compared to the same period last year. And the number of deliveries has increased by 30 percent.

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