Northern Europe

Location: Gothenburg

Gothenburg

Gothenburg

The entry to the Scandinavian kingdoms

Area of Operations

Ystad

Trelleborg

Malmö

Helsingborg

Skagen

Skagerrak

Copenhagen

Kattegat

Visit location

Address

Bunker One (Sweden)
Sven Källfelts gata 210
426 71 Västra Frölunda
Sweden

Postal address:
Box 5014
426 05 Västra Frölunda
Sweden

Phone
+46 31 696 150 - Available 24/7

Contacts

Bunker One is a team of highly skilled professionals with expert local knowledge in the many areas we operate around the globe. Meet our great team who all work passionately to deliver world class service and are driven to go the extra nautical mile for you.

Petter Jonason
Petter Jonason
Chief Operating Officer
Linnea Winther Olsson
Linnea Winther Olsson
Sales
Hanna Andersson
Hanna Andersson
Sales
Johan Kjellberg
Johan Kjellberg
Sales Trainee
Carl Johan von Sydow
Carl Johan von Sydow
Managing Director
Olle Olsson
Olle Olsson
Operations Manager
Karolina Skoglund
Karolina Skoglund
Bunker Operator
Karl Bengtsson
Karl Bengtsson
Operations & IT
Annelie Algeskog
Annelie Algeskog
Financial Accountant
Erna Sokolovic
Erna Sokolovic
Accountant
Andreas Axelsson
Andreas Axelsson
Bunker Operator

Bunker One (Sweden) AB - one of two regional offices in Northern Europe

Bunker One has placed one of our two Scandinavian regional offices in Gothenburg – the western window of Sweden. With Gothenburg as our nordic flagship, Bunker One's barges and storage facilities are situated all along the Eastern seaboard of Denmark and the western seaboard of Sweden. This allows us to guarantee fast delivery and large volumes of fuel throughout the entire region.

Gothenburg - The entry to the Scandinavian kingdoms

Bunker One (Sweden) AB is a leading Scandinavian supplier of marine oil products in the ports of Scandinavia and Northern Europe servicing the seas of the nordic hemisphere - Skagerrak and Kattegat.

Fast delivery

When you’re sailing the Scandinavian waters of Skagerrak and are heading for one of the Swedish and Danish ports, we are always close. With barges and storage all along the eastern seaboard of Denmark and the western seaboard of Sweden, we are able to guarantee fast delivery and large volumes of fuel throughout the region.

Efficient, agile and always available

We know that you can’t afford to be anchored or moored any longer than absolutely necessary. That’s your challenge. And that’s our drive. We’re always on our toes to keep you moving, and although we’re happy to have you in our waters, we’re even more happy to keep you going.

Long term business relationships are our pride

We take pride in making bunkering personal and in establishing and maintaining long term business relationships with our customers. Customers' expectations drive us to always do more and better. Our aim is to establish and maintain long term business relationships by making bunkering a personal matter. We have a continuous focus on adding you more value offering delivery of additional products arranging such as lubricants, provisions, spare-parts, charts and by giving your ship crew top service. Therefore, bunkering is a business of solutions for people not just a matter of products and prices.

Products
RMG 30/380 High Sulphur
ULSFO Ultra Low Sulphur Fuel Oil 0,1% Sulphur
DMA 0,1% S. We can also arrange delivery of lubricants, provisions, spare-parts, etc.

Delivery methods
Products are delivered by barge or truck

Specifications
ISO 8217: 2010/2012 Fuel Standard for Marine Distillate Fuels
ISO 8217: 2010/2012 Fuel Standard for Marine Residual Fuels

Port info
Delivery in all ports of Denmark and Sweden from Skaw and inwards Baltic.
OPL deliveries in Denmark and Sweden.

Fleet
M/T Dana - Shell approved. DWT: 380, LOA: 39.43m, Breadth: 9.9m
M/T Fram - Shell approved. DWT: 1100, LOA: 55m, Breadth: 12.3m
M/T Aalborg - Shell approved. DWT: 3522, LOA: 90.6m, Breadth: 15m
M/T Angon - Shell approved. DWT: 2490, LOA: 85.25m, Breadth: 12.05m
M/T Pallas - Shell approved. DWT 794, LOA: 45.46m. breadth 9.7m

Related insights


Let’s talk about bunkers 2020
Gothenburg, 2020

Let’s talk about bunkers 2020

That’s exactly what the delegates from a number of Swedish authorities, ship owners and the Swedish transport agency did at a seminar held in Sweden end May. The outcome was valuable input on how to operate under the new market conditions after 2020.