International bunkering firm Monjasa on Tuesday (29 June) entered into a partnership with Ras Al Khaimah Ports (RAK) to provide marine fuel across four RAK Ports.
The agreement was signed between Roger Clasquin, CEO of Ras Al Khaimah Ports and Monjasa Group CEO, Anders Østergaard.
“As an active part of the UAE maritime community, we are proud to engage with RAK Ports to ensure continuous improvement of the local bunker industry,” said Østergaard.
“Supplying bunkers in close to 700 ports worldwide, we know that enhanced quality and efficiency favour both our customers and the overall attractiveness of the port operations.”
Ras Al Khaimah is home to one of the world’s largest limestone quarries, which naturally brings ship traffic from bulk carriers and similar vessels. The four RAK ports handle around 2,000 vessels yearly and aim for future expansion.
Monjasa’s Middle East activities consist of four modern tankers (4,000-10,000 dwt) and a total supply volume of 700,000 tonnes of marine fuels in 2020.
Photo credit: Monjasa
Published: 30 June, 2021
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