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Judgement has created uncertainty amongst Bunker Holding collaborative partners

Bunker Holding has revealed some of the reactions following the judgement in the Dan-Bunkering case. “The judgement has increased the need for close communication with our collaborating partners, as it has naturally created some uncertainty.”

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Bunker Holding, the world's largest bunker supplier, reveals for the first time some of the reactions the bunker group has received after last week's judgement in the Dan-Bunkering case.

Not least, Bunker Holding confirms that the landmark judgment, with Bunker Holding and Dan-Bunkering being fined a total of DKK 34 million, a four-month suspended prison sentence for Bunker Holding's CEO, Keld R. Demant, and confiscation of a profit of DKK 15.65 million, has hurt the company.

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