Aegean takes over ships from OW Bunker in Hamburg

A few weeks after acquiring OW Bunker ships in the Gulf of Mexico, stock-listed Aegean Marine Petroleum is now also entering Germany with former OW Bunker vessels in Hamburg.

Photo: Kasper Palsnov/Jyllands-Posten

Bunker company Aegean Marine Petroleum, listed in New York, has taken over two ships from bankrupt OW Bunker to perform physical fuel deliveries in German ports, says Aegean in a statement.

The acquisition of the OW Bunker charter contracts will happen this month and the ships will be based in Hamburg, a port that includes the second-largest container terminal in Europe.

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