Singapore-based marine fuel testing and marine surveying business Maritec Pte Ltd (Maritec) on Monday (13 September) said its Shanghai branch which started operations on 1 June, namely Maritec (Shanghai) Co. Ltd, will expand its testing capabilities in due course.
The Shanghai-based laboratory can currently handle 20-50 bunker test samples per day with the following test scope:
The following services will soon be offered by Maritec (Shanghai) Co. Ltd.:
Photo credit: Maritec (Shanghai) Co. Ltd.
Published: 14 September, 2021
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