Hin Leong's bunker company has licenses revoked in Singapore

Bunker company Ocean Bunkering, a subsidiary of Hin Leong, has had its license to operate in Singapore revoked.

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Crisis-stricken Hin Leong's bunker company Ocean Bunkering has had its license to operate in the world's top bunker port, Singapore, revoked, reports Reuters.

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore, MPA, says, according to the news agency, that it has suspended Ocean Bunkering's licenses to operate in Singapore, as the subsidiary no longer meets the requirements for maintaining the license.

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