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Family-run Singapore bunker business ranks higher than the majors

Two brothers – along with their parents – own, run and manage the Singapore-based Equatorial Marine Fuel, which has gained a lot from tighter regulation. Two VLCCs for storage of low-sulfur oil represent the latest aquisition.

Photo: Ed Wray/AP/POLFOTO/arkiv/AP

SINGAPORE

With a monthly supply of up to 450,000 tons of bunker, Equatorial Marine Fuel ranks as number four among the biggest companies in Singapore providing fuel for vessels.

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