London-based Harvest Energy Marine, a member of the Prax Group of companies, on Tuesday (9 July) said it has added a second ocean-going supply tanker to its fleet.
The company has acquired the 2010-built Andros to expand its bunker operations and provide offshore deliveries.
The 4,600 dwt tanker has a mixed fuel oil and gasoil capacity of 4,300 cubic metres.
Harvest Energy Marine acquired the ocean-going bunker tanker Vadero Highlander in February 2019.
“Our bunker operations are performing exceptionally well. We have an outstanding team with in-depth knowledge and vast experience on both the customer and supply side of the business,” said Sanjeev Kumar, CEO of the Prax Group.
“The acquisition of the new supply tanker, coupled with our existing vessels, demonstrates our commitment to build a robust and reliable supply chain to meet the needs of our customers.
“It is the natural evolution in our progression towards making Harvest Energy Marine a leading player in the global bunker market.”
Photo credit: Harvest Energy Marine
Published: 10 July, 2019
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