Bunkering company Endofa has closed its Copenhagen headquarters in Denmark and will concentrate business activities in niche markets moving forward, says its owner.
“It's true that we've said goodbye to several people and that going forward in a more simple setup, Endofa plans to operated selected niche businesses which include Central America, France and some ports in West Africa,” Kenn Søndergaard told ShippingWatch:
“Our back-to-back business and large-scale [trading, -ed.] activities have thus been shut down as part of a process that we started earlier last year.”
According to Endofa’s new website, the company will now operate two offices, one in Boston, US and the other in Nice, France.
It is able to organise physical bunkering operations in Central US, the US, Ghana, Angola, France, Romania, Nigeria and Abidjan.
Article credit: ShippingWatch
Publication date: 9 January, 2018
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