OW Bunker Launches Second Supply Vessel to Boost Singapore Operation

OW Bunker Launches Second Supply Vessel to Boost Singapore Operation

Supplier and trader of marine fuels and lubricants, OW Bunker, has launched a second supply vessel as part of the company’s strategy to further enhance its capacity in its new physical operation in Singapore.

The company said the new 6,963 dwt vessel, the An Hong, with a capacity of 6,100 tonnes and built in December 2011, will provide a full range of quality products. It also has fast pumping rates of up to 1000 m3/hr to ensure customers receive a quick turnaround and an efficient service.

“We are pleased to be expanding our physical operation, which is testament to the positive response we have received from customers, who are looking for a high value fuel supply service in the market,” said OW Bunker Asia general manager Paul Bradshaw.

“This means providing them with not just the best quality products, but efficiencies throughout the entire bunkering operation. From simplifying the ordering process, and helping customers to implement the most appropriate fuel procurement strategy, through to ensuring a fast turnaround time at the final delivery.”

OW Bunker announced initial trials of its physical operation in June 2013, completing deliveries using its first vessel Nepamora.

OW Bunker, July 12, 2013

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