Another bunker company pulls out of Singapore

Three bunker companies have withdrawn from Singapore in just a short period of time. The company Alliance Oil Trading is now shutting down its business.

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The third bunker company is about to leave Singapore in just a brief period of time. According to news media Ship & Bunker the supplier Alliance Oil Trading Pte is about to shut down its business in the world's biggest bunker port, and the company has been removed from the official list of accredited companies with the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA).

Alliance Oil Trading ranked 14th in 2011 among the biggest suppliers measured by volume. The following year the company slipped to 26th place, and then dived all the way down to 40th by 2013.

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