International bunkering company Vitol Bunkers on Tuesday (21 September) said it will extend its services starting Friday (1 October) to the Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Antwerp (ARA) region in Europe.
Vessels will be able to acquire a range of marine fuel grades, including bio-blends and green bunker fuels, from the firm.
“We are very excited to have established a foothold in ARA and Flushing, Europe’s largest bunkering hub, and to extend our services to new and existing customers across the ARA region,” said Chris Young, Global Bunkering Account Manager.
Vitol Bunkers has been rapidly expanding operations in various regions since its launch in May 2021.
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Published: 22 September, 2021
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