Hong Kong-listed Brightoil Petroleum (Holdings) Limited launched its latest version of its Brightoil Bunker Online e-commerce platform; version 4.0 on Friday.
The primary improvement is the merger of two earlier available platforms, namely the Bunkering and E-Bunkering services, into one user friendly interface with a more simplified business flow.
The mobile application of Brightoil Bunker Online, meanwhile, is also updated with more functions and optimisations in its latest iteration.
Popular items such as the ‘live deal’ mode used by buyers and suppliers, and push notifications for online enquiries and deal outcomes remain as standard.
This includes documentation of all paper trails and chat history in an organised and secure cloud storage.
“We started development of the latest version after our last launch in September 2017,” Stephen Qi Jun, CEO of Brightoil Bunker E-Commerce and COO of Brightoil Petroleum Singapore, told Manifold Times.
“We have been listening to feedback from our users and we want to keep improving and also develop more new functions into our system to better serve our users' needs and also cater to the ever changing maritime landscape."
“These active users not only include reputable shipowners, but also global and local suppliers from Singapore, Fujairah, Hong Kong, Houston, Shanghai, ARA, and more.
“Additionally, we see several major maritime stakeholders expressing keen interest in partnering with us to improve this system.”
You may find website link here: https://bunkering.brightoilmarine.com/
An application from the APP store of Google Play is also available with a simple search on "bunkering".
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Photo credit: Brightoil Petroleum (Holdings) Limited
Published: 10 May, 2018
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