New strategy could lead to green acquisitions by Bunker Holding

Bunker Holding is rolling out a new group strategy, which could lead to acquisitions within production and logistics for sustainable energy, group CEO tells ShippingWatch.

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Bunker Holding is in the process of implementing a new five-year strategy across the group, which will entail, among other things, investments in excess of USD 20m going to work with ”green products” over the coming years.

The strategy might also lead to the bunker group, currently the world’s largest provider of fossil fuels to shipping, making acquisitions within the manufacturing and logistics links in the sustainable energy chain.

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