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With more than 140 bunkering experts in 22 locations worldwide, Bunker One has become a leading global physical supplier. Combining over four decades of experience with a customer-centric, specialised staff that goes the extra mile and focuses on keeping your vessels moving, we are the first to ask what we can do to help you succeed.
Can Do – Will Do. Bunker One prides itself on global coverage with local expertise. Our attitude is that we can provide your bunkering solution and that we will do exactly what we promise. With more than 15.000 deliveries annually, Bunker One offers a range of solutions that exceed service, quality and safety expectations.
2020 Ready and Beyond. We’ve worked hard to ensure the support for our customers in the transition phase going into 2020. Bunker One has an established physical supply platform and can offer VLSFO at all ports – making us 2020 compliant and beyond.
Working with the right partners and customers provides a constant focus on improving the quality in all aspects of the supply chain – and we are committed to that. And this is not just a strategy. Recently we have proved this by investing in vertical integration in our supply chain.
And we are continuously investing in the growth of our company – hereby tripling the number of physical locations since Bunker One saw daylight two years ago. A clear manifestation that Bunker One walk the talk.
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Bunker One continues to take bunkering one step further by providing unparalleled service - offering guidance and advice that exceeds customer expectations.
Some players are scrambling to prepare and implement changes as the new decade approaches. We are not. The reason for our calm is simple. Our 2020 preparations started more than a year ago.
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.
Wrecks of ships that contained high amounts of oil when they sank are environmental timebombs, as the stored oil will escape the tanks once the hull have been sufficiently corroded.