Global bunkering firm Monjasa on Thursday (16 May) said it has added the bunker tanker C Force to supply marine fuel in the English Channel, covering deliveries at the UK and all Northern France ports.
“We are seeing an increased customer demand in this niche market, and with her 10,300 dwt she is now the largest tanker in our Northwest Europe fleet,” it states.
“This allows more flexibility in our operations as she covers extended shipping distances without having to reload fuel from our oil terminal in Portland Port.”
According to Monjasa, the 157,000 dwt product tanker Aldana as first in line for taking bunkers from C Force off Le Havre.
The Aldana was voyaging from Saudi Arabia and routing around the Cape of Good Hope, Monjasa was also appointed to supply her bunkers in Pointe-Noire in West Africa, before completing the remainder of her journey towards Northern France.
As part of this Northwest Europe fleet reshuffle, the Monjasa-owned tanker, Fredericia (3,600 dwt), is now deployed at the Port of Skaw in Denmark, while the Vinga Safir (2,700 dwt) has been redelivered to her owners.
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Published: 17 May, 2019
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