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Employee at Bunker Holding subsidiary charged for corruption

A trader at KPI Oceanconnect, a subsidiary of Bunker Holding, has been charged with corruption totaling at least USD 191,250 as rewards for nominating Straits for the supply of bunker fuel to KPI's customers. The employee has been suspended and his contract terminated, the company informs ShippingWatch.

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The Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB) in Singapore has charged a trader at bunker company KPI Oceanconnect, a subsidiary of Denmark's Bunker Holding.

On October 19, Muhammed Afzal Bin Mohammed Ekbar, 34, was charged in court with three violations of Singapore's Prevention of Corruption Act, according to a press release.

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