Monjasa deploys new vessel in West Africa as floating storage

Danish bunker supplier Monjasa has deployed a crude tanker as floating storage in the West African market, which is seeing a shift in demand as a consequence of the IMO 2020 regulations.

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Monjasa charters crude tanker SKS Dokka of 119,456 dwt, which is to function as floating storage for activities in the West African market, the bunker company writes in a statement.

The ship will replace sister vessel SKS Darent and comprise the center of Monjasa's business in the region, while it is currently located off Lomé in Togo.

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