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.”


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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