Dan-Bunkering's revenue dropped by USD 150 million

Revenue at Dan-Bunkering, owned by Bunker Holding, took a big dive in 2019/20. Still, the bunker company was able to maintain its income.

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Revenue dropped by almost USD 150 million in 2019/20 at bunker company Dan-Bunkering. Still, the company, part of Bunker Holding, was able to maintain its income on par with last year, shows the annual report.

"The performance is satisfactory as the company is still operating in a volatile shipping market and under the impact of COVID-19," writes Dan-Bunkering in the report.

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