Global bunkering conglomerate Bunker Holding on Wednesday (8 March) said it has come together to partner with international not-for-profit organisation Global Maritime Forum.
“On top of signing the Call to Action for Shipping Decarbonization in 2021, Bunker Holding is looking forward to working even closer together with industry professionals on the movement towards a more responsible and sustainable global shipping industry by fully partnering with Global Maritime Forum,” said Mikkel Holt Lenskjold, Group Strategy Director, Bunker Holding Group, in recent LinkedIn post.
“We are happy to announce our new partnership with Bunker Holding A/S. Bunker Holding is a global leader in purchasing, selling, and supplying marine fuel and lube oil, and help clients with fuel risk management,” said Global Maritime Forum.
The Global Maritime Forum is committed to shaping the future of global seaborne trade to increase sustainable long-term economic development and human wellbeing.
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Published: 9 March, 2023
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