International bunkering firm TFG Marine on Monday (10 January) said it has started operations out of New York Harbour.
“This new region of operation is a welcome addition to our existing US footprint in the Gulf Coast, making quality marine fuels even more accessible for our customers in North America, and operating transparently and responsibly as we do wherever we work around the world,” it shared on social media platform LinkedIn.
TFG Marine has been active in developments within with bunkering sector during 2021; a list of its earlier achievements earlier covered by Manifold Times are as follows:
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Photo credit: TFG Marine
Published: 11 January, 2022
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