Stonewin, who entered the bunkering market in January 2019 with its first physical operation at Port Louis in Mauritius, will be offering VLSFO 0.5% to its customers from 1 May, 2019, says.
The company is currently in discussions with owners and traders to estimate the demand and agree on the required product quality that will allow it to enter into term contracts for the VLSFO 0.5%.
The product will form a permanent part of the company’s current product line of IFO 180, IFO 380 and MGO at Port Louis.
It will be available as part of Stonewin’s existing operation at Port Louis where it is using the 2008-built, double-hulled bunker barge M/T Hakkasan.
Photo credit: MarineTraffic / Bhavik Naginlal Modi
Published: 9 May, 2019
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