VARO Energy, a company active in refining, storage and marketing of fuels and related products in North West Europe on Friday (5 March) said it is now expanding the supply of its marine fuels to customers in Kiel, where it proposes high sulphur, low sulphur fuels besides Gasoil DMA 0.1% und Gasoil DMA 0.1% max 0.8600 density.
VARO said it already has a strong presence in the port of Hamburg from where it serves all locations on the river Elbe, including Kiel Canal which connects the North Sea to the Baltic Sea, and is also offering its full range of products to customers in Bremerhaven.
In Kiel, customers will be able to choose between barge delivery, with one of the company’s modern barges or pipeline delivery directly to the vessel, which brings advantages in terms of time efficiency and safety, as this process is less dependent on weather conditions.
The new types of products, which are fully compliant with the IMO 2020 regulation introduced last year, are produced in the VARO Energy’s own refineries.
“The addition of these modern products to our station in Kiel is VARO’s confirmation of the company’s commitment to our international customers to deliver the products they need, when and where these are required,” said Chris Venema, Head of VARO’s fuel oil bunkering business.
“Being a fully integrated actor in our market provides us with the flexibility to quickly adjust to changing requirements and is something that differentiates VARO from other actors in the sector”.
Photo credit: VARO Energy
Published: 8 March, 2021
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