Global oil and shipping group Monjasa Ltd on Monday (1 June) said it has redeployed its 3,600-dwt bunker tanker MT Fredericia from Skaw, Denmark to the English Channel.
The development allows the company to sustain marine fuel supply operations across the UK and France from its oil terminal in Portland Port and ensure adequate tonnage for customers.
Monjasa adds that it has also accepted an attractive offer from Unioil Supply A/S to assume operation of the Skaw oil terminal as of 1 June 2020.
“Matching supply and demand remains the core of Monjasa’s services,” said Mikkel Kannegaard, Managing Director, Monjasa Europe.
“The oil terminal in Skaw fits well with Unioil Supply’s existing logistics, and the transaction and adds focus on the UK and France for Monjasa.
“We would like to thank Jesper Sander and Carsten Klausen for a positive and professional dialogue and wish Unioil Supply fair winds at the top of Denmark.”
Monjasa adds that it is pleased to pass on a well-run oil terminal and gives special thanks to the excellent terminal crew and its good relations at the Port of Skaw.
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Published: 2 June, 2020
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