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Posted by January 23, 2017

Bomin Expands Operations in the ARA Region

The Bomin Group, a global physical supplier and trader of marine fuels, has announced that it has strengthened its physical operations in the ARA region (Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Antwerp) by time-chartering two new bunker barges.
The move supports Bomin’s business strategy of investing in key regions, and developing its global infrastructure and resources to drive long-term growth and sustainability.
Both bunker barges are modern, state-of-the-art 3,600 DWT and 3,100 DWT vessels, with fast pumping rates to maximise speed throughout the delivery process. Bomin provides a range of quality products in ARA, including IFO 380 and DMA 0.1 percent. Through the additional time-chartering the portfolio is broadened to include DMC 0.1 percent, DMA 0.86 percent, as well as Ultra Low Sulphur Fuel Oil (ULSFO) to meet ECA (Emission Control Area) compliance requirements. The barges are operated out of Antwerp, but will also support customers who require bunkers in Rotterdam, Ghent, and Vlissingen.
Jan Christensen, Global Head of Bunker Operations, Bomin Group, said: “We are continuing to make significant progress in ensuring our global infrastructure and operations are well developed to meet the fuel supply challenges of our customers. Both barges have Coriolis Mass Flow Meters installed to guarantee customers receive the quantity of products that they order, and to drive further operational efficiencies. By strengthening our physical presence in ARA we can enhance our operational flexibility and increase the choice of products we offer to customers in the region.”
Bomin launched its physical operation in Antwerp in 2015. The addition of two new barges in the region demonstrates the value of Bomin’s physical offering, and follows the launch of physical operations in Singapore and Mauritius in 2016.
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