Bunker Holding subsidiary Bunker One on Tuesday (5 May) introduced an addition to its bunkering fleet where M/T Lillo Swan was seconded from Uni-Tankers in Trinidad to form a part of Bunker One’s fleet of specialised bunker tankers.
“Both Bunker One and Uni-Tankers share the same family values, and it is a joy to explore these massive synergies between the sister companies,” said Bunker One on the company’s social media platform.
M/T Lillo Swan is the second Uni-Tanker vessel to join the Bunker One fleet, as earlier this year the company announced M/T Amak Swan joining its operation in Bunker One (Sweden).
Photo credit: Bunker One
Published: 6 May, 2020
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