Middelfart, 2020

Safe de-bunkering of high sulphur products

2020-preparations are progressing at full speed. But from now until the carriage ban is enforced 1 March 2020, we will undoubtedly see a need for de-bunkering/offloading of non-compliant volume, when vessels for some reason is captured with high sulphur fuel on board.
Safe de-bunkering of high sulphur products

We are ready to assist you and offer cost effective and safe de-bunkering of your vessels worldwide. Please find an overview below. If you are not close to any of the mentioned locations, please ask anyway. We might be able to deviate to your position or find alternative solutions.

On request we can offer technical supervision and rental of pump equipment in range from 20 to 300 m3/h for all liquid products.

Posted on November 11, 2019
Written By
Steffen Kortegård
Phone +45 88 38 21 46
Mobile +45 40 34 94 06
sko@bunkerone.com
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