OW bankruptcy boosts Dan-Bunkering to record levels

Dan-Bunkering had one of its best financial years ever, delivering a major profit for the company. The OW Bunker bankruptcy in the fall of 2014 has brought new customers and jobs to the Danish company, CEO Henrik Zederkof tells ShippingWatch.

Dan-Bunkering has delivered a record result for the financial year 2014/2015, according to the annual report, just published.

"The USD 2.4 million result is one of the best ever in our 30-year history. We are very proud of this result, which was achieved in a very compact period of time where a great many things happened for us at the company as well as in the bunker industry in general," Dan-Bunkering CEO Henrik Zederkof tells ShippingWatch.

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