Bunker One, a subsidiary of Bunker Holding Group (BHG), has expanded operations to Israel through Ashdod-based Bunker Point Supply (BPS).
BPS serves the five dominant ports of Israel, namely Ashdod, Hadera, Ashkelon, Eilat and Haifa Shipyard by using two bunkering tankers based at the port of Ashdod.
The 2012 built M/T Euploia and 2007 built M/T Leon are respectively 820 and 4,300 deadweight tonnes.
“The international maritime community has for years sought competitive bunkering solutions in the East Mediterranean, and therefore Bunker Point Supply is pleased to announce the opening of the new physical bunkering operation based in Ashdod, Israel,” says Bunker One.
“Bunker Point Supply is committed to introducing a new driving spirit of world class bunkering solutions to the East Mediterranean.
“The Bunker Point Supply team holds vast experience in the field of bunkering by being vertically integrated in sourcing, logistics and physical supply coupled with and strengthened by an unsurpassed network of trading offices around the world.”
Bunker One’s Israeli operations office is located in Binyamina; it is supported by a range of services including agency, lubricant supply, lab analysis and inspection services.
BPS is managed by Tal Dori, who is the former Managing Director of UNEX Petroleum.
Photo credit: Bunker One
Published: 13 March, 2018
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