San Paulo-based integrated energy firm Raízen on Wednesday (31 August) announced the launch of its new bunkering operation in Salvador/Aratu, northeast Brazil.
“Our bunkering staff will be performing VLSFO and MGO DMA deliveries by bunker barge at the inner roads and at berth,” said Paula Georgopoulos Tinoco, Marine Business Development Coordinator of Raízen, in a social media post.
“We will be working with the local refinery Acelen in order to render high quality product at the latest ISO specification.”
“We look forward to being part of your bunkering solutions in Brazil,” she said.
According to its company profile, Raízen is the largest private business group in Brazil and has around 29,000 employees and 15,000 business partners throughout the country.
The firm also said its provides marketing and other services across the Brazilian and Argentine territory, through the distribution of fuels and the sale of energy by Shell gas stations.
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