Global bunker supplier and trading firm World Fuel Services (WFS) has announced a recent investment at its current bunker supply location at Falmouth, UK.
As part of efforts to prepare for 2020, the company has upgraded the storage facilities and introduced a new supply vessel to its fleet.
“The investment includes an upgrade of the terminal facilities and an extension of exiting bunkering options with the introduction of Lizrix, a new 2200cbm capacity cargo vessel, which provides the ability of segregating up to five grades and has a pumping rate of 3-400 cbm/hr,” it says.
“The terminal upgrade enhances on WFS' portfolio of physical supply locations and their ongoing commitment to customers with regard to the service, integrity and quality.
“The investment at Falmouth allows WFS to enhance its customer provision and experience at this key location for Europe, leading up to 2020, and beyond.”
WFS currently stores and supplies marine diesel and fuel oil from the Falmouth terminal.
Photo credit: World Fuel Services
Published: 26 June, 2018
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