KPI Oceanconnect increased Asia volumes markedly last year

Bunker market uncertainty made its mark on KPI Oceanconnect’s business in 2021/2022, but the Bunker Holding subsidiary reports marked volume increases in Hong Kong and China.
KPI OceanConnect CEO Søren Høll. | Photo: PR / KPI Bridge Oil
KPI OceanConnect CEO Søren Høll. | Photo: PR / KPI Bridge Oil

Bunker company KPI Oceanconnect, a subsidiary of the Bunker Holding group, last year secured a revenue post nearly three times as big as the group’s more well-known subsidiary, Dan-Bunkering.

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