Bunker Holding CEO: We'll have our second-best financial result to date

Bunker Holding, the world’s largest bunker supplier, will book ”the second-best result” in the group’s history for 2021/2022, says CEO Keld R. Demant in his first interview after a ”fatiguing court case.”

"It will be partially due to our ability to earn higher margins, partially because we have optimized the costs involved in generating revenue," says Bunker Holding CEO Keld R. Demant. | Photo: PR-FOTO

Although last year’s volume growth was flat, Bunker Holding, the world’s largest ship fuel supplier, has managed to secure ”the second-best result” in the group’s history.

This in a financial year highly characterized by a ”fatiguing court case,” as Bunker Holding Chief Executive Keld R. Demant deems the process in his first interview following the verdict.

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