Bunker Holding company terminates contract with the Danish Defense before trial

Oil subsidiary under Bunker Holding is no longer in contract with the Danish Armed Forces to supply fuel. The parties thus part ways before the case against the bunker group commences. Updated.

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For years, a Danish oil company under Bunker Holding has been in charge of supplying fuel to the Danish Armed Forces' fighter jets and vessels, but that contract no longer exists, writes Inside Business.

The company in question is Unioil, which, for strategic reasons, has chosen not to bid on a new contract with the Defense, according to the media

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