Vessels calling Tyneside and UK East coast ports can now receive marine gasoil deliveries from OceanConnect Marine.
“Clients are already pleased with the launch of our operations from Tyneside, serving the growing demand for bunker requirements across the North of the UK and into Scotland,” said S.I. Shim, Managing Director of OceanConnect Marine.
The new operation offers delivery via RTW and ex-pipe at Tyneside from more than 5,000 cubic meters of new tank storage there.
OceanConnect Marine’s existing United Kingdom physical operation includes dedicated tankage at the Thames Storage facility at Dagenham and a time-chartered barge delivering all Thames locations as far out as the Southend Anchorage.
“The addition of this facility will allow us to continue to support the UK marine gasoil market and complements our successful services on the Thames,” he adds.
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Photo credit: OceanConnect Marine
Published: 7 September, 2018
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