International bunkering firm TFG Marine on Tuesday (9 November) posted on a social media platform announcing a bunkering licence being recently awarded to marine fuel supplier GRM-EOT Ltd by the Mauritius Ports Authority.
GRM-EOT is a Mauritius based company specialising in energy solutions for the region with a focus on bunkering in Port Louis and Green Energy planning for the future.
TFG Marine said it is looking forward to collaborating closely to further develop the marine fuel supply offer, including biofuels, for maritime customers from the strategic location in the South Indian Ocean with GRM-EOT.
Photo credit: GRM-EOT
Published: 18 November, 2021
‘We are here to transfer the extremely valuable knowledge gained over the past six years to the maritime sector, such that our customers are comfortable in the use of such biofuels,’ states CEO Olivier Baiwir.
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