Bunker One increases its physical operations in "most challenging year"

Bunker One, a subsidiary of Torben Østergaard-Nielsen-owned USTC group, exits a "most challenging" financial year that saw increases in physical operations.

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Bunker One reports a "most challenging year" year in 2020/21, although the USTC-owned company was able to increase its share of the market.

The company succeeded in "expanding its market share and strengthening its physical operations," writes Bunker One in a brief press release that does not include numbers on the development.

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