Turkish fuel products distribution and lubricants company Petrol Ofisi on Monday (19 October) reportedly signed a bunker fuel supply agreement with maritime passenger transport company Istanbul Fast Ferries Co (IDO).
As part of the agreement, Petrol Ofisi will supply bunker fuel to IDO under its marine fuel brand PO Marine for three years. IDO carries more than 51 million passengers and over 35 million vehicles annually with its fleet of 11 ships.
The agreement also aims to add value to both Petrol Ofisi and IDO customers through campaigns and services; for example, Petrol Ofisi is offering a discount to its customers for IDO fares.
“IDO has an important operational dynamics with its large and widespread structure, different vessels and services, and scheduled voyages. With our unique infrastructure, experience, capability and expert staff, we will provide 7/24 uninterrupted service and quality products to this dynamic operation of İDO,” said Ulvi Kılıç Commercial and Industrial Sales Director at Petrol Ofisi.
“With this cooperation that will carry our high-quality service to a greater heights, we will continue to improve our success. We will bring together Petrol Ofisi customers and IDO passengers in advantageous campaigns. We aim to continue our cooperation with Petrol Ofisi in the coming years to add value to our services,” added Murat Orhan, General Manager of IDO.
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Published: 20 October, 2020
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