OW Bunker Launch Second Singapore Supply Vessel

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Monday, July 08, 2013
OW Bunker An Hong

OW Bunker, a supplier and trader of marine fuels and lubricants, announced the launch of a second supply vessel as part of the company's strategy to further enhance its capacity in its new physical operation in Singapore.

The new 6,963 DWT vessel, An Hong, was built in December 2011, and will provide customers with a full range of quality products, the company said. An Hong has a capacity of 6,100 mts, and fast pumping rates of up to 1,000 m3/hr to ensure customers receive a quick turnaround and an efficient service.

OW Bunker announced initial trials of its physical operation in June 2013, completing deliveries using its first vessel Nepamora.

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