Brunei Shell Marketing Company Sdn Bhd (BSM) on Wednesday (23 September) said it signed an agreement with Muara Port Company Sdn. Bhd (MPC) for the supply of bunkering services on Monday, 21 September 2020.
Representing BSM at the ceremony were Hjh Rozalina Hj C A Mohamed, Sales & Marketing Manager and Suzelawati Hj Radin, Head of Commercial.
The MPC signatories were Zhong Kunyu, Director of Marketing & Business Development and Akmal Hanis Hj Jefri, Director of Strategic Management, it said.
Present to witness the signing were representatives from MPC Shareholders, Lyu Guoli, CFO of Beibu Gulf Holding (HK) Co. Ltd and Johan Dato Paduka Dr. Hj Johar, Investment Manager at Darussalam Assets, and Hj Hairul Radzi Shahri, BSM Supply & Distribution Manager.
Beginning Thursday, 1 October 2020, BSM said it will commence operations supplying Marine Gas Oil (10PPM) to vessels calling at Muara Port via its own dedicated barge, MT Star 1.
MT Star 1 has a capacity of 800 metric tonnes, added BSM.
The company said the collaboration marks a huge milestone for the Port Industry in Brunei Darussalam where bunkering can be offered and further developed at Muara Port which will then contribute to the economy of Brunei Darussalam.
Photo credit: Brunei Shell Marketing Company
Published: 29 September, 2020
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