Punta Arenas-based bunkering firm Transpetrol Chile Bunkering on Sunday (29 March) said on LinkedIn it has started to “limit” marine refuelling operations, while its staff has started working from home due to COVID-19.
The company’s statement to the maritime community is as follows:
Transpetrol has made the decision to close its service station and together with this limit its aviation and bunkering operations for the next 15 days, this decision was made by management in order to safeguard the health of its collaborators, customers and suppliers, the health crisis that affects the entire population makes it imperative to make these kinds of decisions, the management and administrative staff are working from home from March 26.
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Photo credit: Transpetrol Chile Bunkering
Published: 30 March, 2020
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