Cheshire-based marine fuel supplier ESL Fuels expanded marine gas oil (MGO) physical operations to Dagenham on River Thames in mid-June 2018; the development follows launch of physical operations at Stanlow in June 2017.
“The new location will complement our Stanlow and Immingham offerings and allow us to competitively service all UK Ports,” it said in a statement.
“Specifically, the new position will challenge a bunker market which has traditionally been driven by price with an acceptance of minimum standards of fuel quality.
“ESL Fuels believes the industry is demanding both leading quality and a competitive price. With the addition of the Dagenham supply location we are best placed to meet this requirement.”
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Published: 27 July, 2018
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