Dan-Bunkering Dips a Toe in Brokering

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Wednesday, October 23, 2013

A/S Dan-Bunkering Ltd., is slowly expanding into a new area, the broker business, by setting up a small in-house broker department in the company’s head office in Middelfart, Denmark. This new initiative has been launched to support the requirements from a number of specific clients.

Dan-Bunkering will continuously focus mainly on trading, however, the company will now also give broker clients the benefit of Dan-Bunkering’s concept;  Best Bunker Buy.

Henrik Zederkof, CEO, says: “We are dealing with all kinds of clients worldwide with all kinds of needs, and of course we would like to accommodate all of their different requirements to the extent possible. Dan-Bunkering has by tradition always been mainly a trading house, but if a specific client is asking for the broker way of doing business, we are certainly not dismissive. As a matter of fact, we see it as a great opportunity to make use of our long-standing expertise and knowledge in the broker market as well”.

“We can use our expertise just as well by acting as brokers in close cooperation with our trading department, and our clients will only be benefitting from this and the large volumes we handle every day. We look very much forward to exploring this opportunity further and operating with our own set-up“, Henrik Zederkof added.


 

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