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Dan-Bunkering cautions against false sense of security

In the wake of bankruptcies at major bunker companies, safeguarding against similar scenarios is no simple task. It does not matter if companies are traders, physical suppliers or brokers, says the CEO of Dan-Bunkering, Henrik Zederkof, who cautions against oversimplification.

The discussion about how the bunker industry, and not least the carriers, can protect themselves against similar scenarios after what took place following the bankruptcy of OW Bunker is at risk of being oversimplified, says Henrik Zederkof, CEO of Dan-Bunkering.

The company is part of Bunker Holding, the world's second-largest bunker supplier after World Fuel Services.

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