Monjasa operates without five-year plan – customers set course instead

Bunker supplier Monjasa has no five-year plan lying ready in its desk drawers. Instead, customers determine where future growth will come from, COO says, adding that customers have started placing even higher demands on bunker traders.

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Although Monjasa has big growth ambitions, the bunker supplier does not operate with a five-year plan.

Monjasa is currently one of the world's ten largest bunker suppliers, a position first and foremost achieved by way of strong niche positions in West Africa and Panama.

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