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Dan-Bunkering is prepared to help customers survive the oil crisis

The oil collapse has made Dan-Bunkering increase its focus on customers and suppliers. The bunker company also says that it is prepared to rescue customers which have a chance of surviving with the help of the company, risk manager tells ShippingWatch.

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The collapse in the oil market has made Dan-Bunkering, the biggest subsidiary of the world's largest bunker company, Bunker Holding, place an even bigger focus on the financial state of its customers and suppliers.

Because even though the low oil price is good news to customers in the short run, as it lowers the price of ship fuel, the collapse in the oil sector is generally not a healthy sign in Dan-Bunkering's view.

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