At Bharat Chemical, our primary focus lies in globally reselling bunker fuels and supplying them physically at all Indian ports. Our goal is to deliver optimal solutions worldwide, showcasing impeccable service standards by providing high-quality products at competitive prices.

We excel in efficient bunker delivery during cargo operations, ensuring swift turnaround times. Our dedicated trading and operations team is available 24/7, leveraging their expertise for our valued clients.

Our tireless efforts have enhanced our technical and operational capabilities, backed by our modern fleet of barges and road tanker wagons, enabling us to deliver on both land and sea.

We are committed to keeping you informed about a range of fuel options, from traditional Oil-based Fuels like HSFO, VLSFO and Marine Gas Oil, to future fuels designed for lower carbon emissions.

Our bunker prices adhere to fair daily rates in line with international standards. To meet diverse client needs, we offer fixed and floating price contracts at various locations & ensuring flexibility.


Bharat Chemical provides a comprehensive product range for vessels operating domestically and internationally. Whether your operations are local or global, we have the products and support to fulfill your bunkering needs effectively.

Committed to excellence, we comply with MARPOL Annex VI regulations, offering top-quality products. Our skilled field force oversees every supply chain stage, ensuring impeccable delivery.

Collaborating with renowned Indian and International shipping companies is an honor. We extend gratitude to major Oil Producers in India - Indian Oil Corporation, Bharat Petroleum and Hindustan Petroleum - for their consistent support. It's with pride that we share our entrusted logistical contracts with IOCL and BPCL for Fuel Oil and Gas Oil supply at Cochin and Tuticorin ports.

Standard Terms and Conditions for Sale of Marine Fuels

Except as may otherwise be negotiated by the parties and agreed to in writing, the following terms and conditions shall apply to all sales of marine fuels by Bharat Chemical hereinafter "Seller".

The price to be paid for Marine Fuel shall be as quoted by Bharat Chemical henceforth in reference to each transaction. Prices are in INR / U.S. Dollars exclusive of taxes and duties ex- wharf in Metric Tons corrected to 60° F, 15° C. All charges additional to price, such as, without limitation thereto, taxes, levies, duties, port charges and delivery charges are for the account of Buyer. "Buyer" shall mean the vessel owner, operator or charterer (if any).

Marine fuels to be supplied shall be the quality offered generally by Seller at the time and place of delivery for the particular grade or grades ordered by Buyer. Buyer shall have the sole responsibility for the selection of the proper grade or grades of marine fuels for use in the nominated vessel.

  1. The order of marine fuels shall be considered firm and binding upon Buyer's acceptance on the price quoted by Bharat Chemical, same should be provided at the time of confirmation in writing by the Buyer to the Seller, but the absence of such confirmation shall not avoid the agreement of sale.
    1. Buyer's initial order for marine fuel shall provide Seller the following information:
      • The name or other designation of its vessel.
      • The Estimated Arrival Date at the specified Port.
      • The Quantity and types of Marine Fuel to be delivered
      • The mode of delivery (i.e., into Buyer's vessel at terminal or by fuel barge)
    2. Not less than (03) three working days prior to the vessel's readiness to receive delivery, Buyer shall give Seller consistent written notices of 72/48/24/12/6 hours for the exact date and time of delivery, the exact location of delivery and the exact quantities and kinds of marine fuel to be delivered.
    3. If Seller is, on behalf of Buyer, requested to make any arrangements with and secure any permission of port authorities prior to making delivery, an appropriate and early notice from Buyer is required.
    4. Buyer's initial order under (i) shall be deemed cancelled if the notice provided for in is not received by Bharat Chemical when due.
    5. Bharat Chemical has the option to change fuel prices if the vessel is out of ETA laycan as per actual nomination.
    6. Any notice by the Buyer that a maritime lien on the vessel may not be created because of the existence in Buyer's charter party of a Prohibition of Lien Clause, or for any other reason, must be given to Seller in the initial order for marine fuel, in which case, No Credit can be granted to Buyer and the marine fuel shall be paid for in cash or equivalent prior to delivery. Any notice of such restriction given by Buyer, its agents, ship's personnel or any other person later than in the initial order shall not affect a modification of the terms of sale except that any granting of credit by Seller is rescinded on receipt of the notice, with full payment due forthwith. Any cancellation thereafter shall be subject to cancellation charges which are due to the above reasons
  2. Where delivery is required during other than regular business hours, Buyer shall pay all overtime and extra expenses incurred by Seller or its agents or contractors.
  3. If such proposed delivery date is a date other than the Accepted Delivery Date, Buyer shall be in breach of the Contract, however, Seller may waive such breach and accept the proposed revised delivery date (the “Revised Delivery Date”) and Seller may, at its option, accept such proposed revised delivery date and change the price to reflect current market prices. If Buyer objects to the price change, Seller shall have the right to cancel the order without any further obligation or liability on the part of Seller and Seller may consider Buyer in breach of the Contract. If Buyer fails to provide 72/48/24/12/06 hour’s written notice on ETA updates, Buyer will be in breach of this Contract.
  4. Where lighterage is employed, lighterage charges shall be on the account of Buyer. Lighterage will be charged on the quantity delivered to the Buyer's vessel in accordance with the rates and charges of the fuel barge contractor. Deliveries of light diesel, gas oil and other grade of marine fuel on two or more barges will be subject to separate charges.
  5. Seller shall not be liable for demurrage or for loss, damage or expense of any nature whatsoever incurred by Buyer due to any delay in delivery, or failure to make delivery, of marine fuels occasioned by the fuel barge contractor. Seller further shall not be liable for such demurrage, loss, damage or expense incurred by Buyer due to delays in furnishing a berth. In any situation not included above, Seller shall not be liable for delay in delivery, or failure to make delivery, of marine fuels unless Buyer proves that the delay or failure was solely caused by gross negligence on the part of the Seller. In any case, damages recoverable from Seller for delay in delivery or failure to make delivery shall be limited to direct damages for additional time in port and shall not include any consequential damages whatsoever, including, without limitation thereto, detention, demurrage, charter hire, crew wages, towage, pilotage, lost profits, barge delivery charges and increased costs or expenses in obtaining replacement fuel.
  6. Marine fuel is delivered hereunder not only on the credit of Buyer but also on credit of the vessel receiving delivery of marine fuel, and it is agreed and Buyer warrants that Seller will have and may assert a maritime lien against the receiving vessel for the amount of the purchase price of said marine fuel together with all delivery and other charges forming part of the agreement of sale. All associated costs to recover the unpaid bills will be solely on the buyer ordering the fuel.
  7. Delivery into Buyer's vessel at terminal need not be made whenever, in Seller's opinion, clear and safe berth for the vessel is not available, or when, for any other reason, delivery would, in Seller's opinion, if unsafe or inadvisable.
  8. Delivery into Buyer's vessel by barge need not be made whenever, in the opinion of Seller or the fuel barge contractor, safe passage or clear and safe berth for the barge, whether alongside Buyer's vessel or otherwise, is not available, or when, for any other reason, in the opinion of Seller or the fuel barge contractor, delivery would be unsafe or inadvisable.

If buyer cancels or fails to take, in whole or in part, the delivery of Marine Fuels as specified in the Nomination and/or Confirmation Agreement, within the agreed delivery period for whatsoever reason other than a Force Majeure event, Buyer shall pay Seller a cancellation fee equal to the greater of

  1. US $ 5 (Five United State Dollars) per Metric Tons and/or amount equivalent to currency of transaction mentioned in Nomination and/or Confirmation Agreement, as liquidated damages, and all losses and liabilities incurred by Sellers as a result of such cancellation or failure to take full delivery, including without limitation (i) the difference in price as per the Confirmation and Seller’s reasonable estimate of market price for the delivery port as per the customary market marker on the date of such cancellation or failure to take full delivery, (ii) losses, costs and damages associated with terminating, liquidating, obtaining or re-establishing any hedging arrangement or related trading position, (iii) costs to sell, (iv) storage (v) pump back fees (vi) port dues (v) and/or any other expenses associated in relation with cancellation.
  2. The parties hereto agree that determining the amount of damages to Seller arising from cancellation would be impracticable and extremely difficult and for that reason the above rate of compensation is considered fair and equitable.

Delivery shall be deemed completed and title for the product shall pass to Buyer at the permanent intake connection of Buyer`s vessel, whether product is delivered ex-wharf or by fuel barge. At either location, however, pumping shall be performed under the direction of Buyer or Buyer`s vessel personnel.

  1. Buyer, at his own expense, shall have the right to appoint an approved petroleum inspector to inspect the marine fuels before delivery, but sampling shall be done prior to product leaving Seller's shore tanks.
  2. The quantity of fuels delivered shall be determined by measurements of shore tanks or gauges at the point of delivery ex-wharf/ anchorage by TT/ Barge, at Seller's sole option, and Buyer will be charged on the basis of these measurements, regardless of amounts delivered by barge to Buyer's vessel. Buyer has a right to have its representative present during measurement to verify same, but in the event no such representative attends, determination of quantity shall be made solely by Seller, and such determination shall be conclusive.
  1. Any claim by Buyer regarding shortage in quantity must be raised by means of Letter of Protest signed by Master or Chief Engineer at the time of delivery only. Seller shall not accept any remarks on the Bunker Delivery Receipt (BDR) / Bunker Delivery Note (BDN). Any claim by Buyer with respect to deficiency in quality of marine fuels delivered by Seller, or claim by Buyer that Seller delivered improper or the wrong kind of marine fuels must be made as soon as possible, and in no event more than 14 days from date of delivery to the Buyer's vessel. On making claim, Buyer shall furnish to Seller a sample of the marine fuel delivered by Bharat Chemical as well as all necessary information, including all analysis made by Buyer and/or vessel interests of the product, as shall be required by Seller to satisfactorily evaluate the claim. Buyer shall immediately give Seller all reasonable opportunity to inspect the vessel, including, without limitation, its engines, fuel tanks, equipment, logs, records and copies of communications, including communications between vessel and Buyer (and/or between vessel and owner or operator) as well as communications to and from fuel testing organizations consulted by Buyer or vessel interests. If these conditions are not met within said 14 days period, Buyer shall be time-barred from making claim. See further Article 9(e).
  2. Seller shall not be responsible for any claim arising from the commingling of marine fuel delivered by Seller with other fuel or substances aboard Buyer's vessel or aboard the fuel barge.
  3. Claim of any nature does not relieve Buyer of responsibility to make full and timely payment of all amounts billed by Seller as provided in Articles 1 and 8.

Marine fuels in Bond, when available to Seller, may be delivered, provided Buyer qualifies to receive such fuel. Buyer shall reimburse Seller for any tariff, tax, duty, penalty or other charges subsequently assessed for any reason, including the failure of Buyer to furnish the necessary qualifying proof within 30 days of delivery.

  1. Payment by Buyer in INR / U.S. Dollars, without discount or deduction of any kind, shall be due upon receipt by Buyer or the vessel (or the vessel's owner or operator) of written, telegraphic or other notification of quantities delivered and amounts due. Subsequent adjustments, if any, will be made upon receipt by Seller of the marine fuel delivery receipt.
  2. If Seller considers Buyer's financial condition inadequate, or for any other reason, Seller may require cash payment in advance or security acceptable to Seller before delivery.
  3. Seller may, at its option, grant credit to Buyer on the following terms:
    1. Credit can only be granted if it is secured by a maritime lien on the vessel in accordance with Article 3(e).
    2. Buyer shall make full payment within agreed period mentioned in nominations.
    3. If full payment is not received within agreed period mention in nomination overdue shall be subject to interest charged at the rate of 18 percent per annum, 1.5% per month, or the maximum rate permitted under law, whichever is less. Interest shall be paid from the date of delivery until the date payment is received by Seller;
    4. If credit is granted to Buyer, Seller may withdraw such credit at any time, for any reason, and require full payment upon delivery or at any time after delivery. If credit is withdrawn and payment is not made upon demand, interest shall be payable from date of delivery at the rate set forth in Article 8(c) (3).
    5. If full payment is not received within agreed period, or if credit is withdrawn and payment not made upon demand, Buyer shall be liable for reasonable attorneys' fees and collection expenses whether or not suit is filed.
    6. If suit is filed, Buyer shall be liable for all court costs in addition to reasonable attorneys' fees and expenses. Said charges, together with interest, shall constitute a part of the Seller's maritime lien on the vessel under Article 3(e).
    7. Should marine fuels be ordered by an agent, then such agent, as well as the principal, shall be bound by, and liable for all obligations as fully and as completely as if he were himself the principal, whether such principal be disclosed or undisclosed, and whether or not such agent purports to contract as agent only.
  1. Seller contracts to supply marine fuel only upon the basis of the liabilities as set forth below, unless otherwise negotiated by the parties and agreed to in writing. In no event shall Seller's liability for any claim or claims arising under this contract related to a particular nomination exceed in the aggregate the sum of $100,000.00.
  2. Seller is not liable for any loss, damage, expense or delay resulting from strikes or labor difficulties whatsoever and wheresoever occurring or for stoppage or delay of work due to causes beyond its control. See also Article 3(e).
  3. Seller is not liable for supplying defective or improper marine fuel, or marine fuel other than as ordered by Buyer, unless the same is directly and solely caused by the negligence of Seller's own employees, which negligence must be affirmatively proved. In such event, Seller's liability, if any, is strictly limit to the cost of replacement of the defective or improper or wrong kind of marine fuel at the date and port furnished. Buyer acknowledges and warrants that it is Buyer's responsibility to test the fuel provided and to ensure that it is proper in all respects prior to the use of such fuel on Buyer's vessel. Accordingly, Seller shall not be responsible for any damage to Buyer's vessel, including, without limitation thereto, its machinery or tanks or their contents, caused by use of defective, improper or the wrong kind of marine fuel. Under no circumstances will Seller be liable for any consequential damages whatsoever including, without limitation delay, detention, demurrage, charter hire, crew wages, towage, pilotage, port or wharf charges, lost profits, barge delivery charges and increased costs or expenses for obtaining replacement fuel.
  4. Seller is not liable for damage to Buyer's vessel or other property, caused by acts other than the supplying of defective or improper fuel, or for any other loss sustained by the vessel, its owners, charterers, underwriters, or other parties in interest, in contract, tort or otherwise, unless the same is directly and solely caused by the negligence of Seller's own employees, which negligence must be affirmatively proved. In such event, Seller's liability, if any, is strictly limited to repair of such damage as was directly caused by the sole negligence of Seller's employees and Seller shall not be liable for any consequential damage whatsoever including, without limitation, delay, detention, demurrage, charter hire, crew wages, towage, pilotage, port or wharf charges, lost profits, barge delivery charges and increased costs or expenses for obtaining replacement fuel.
  5. Seller shall be discharged from all liability for defective workmanship, material or marine fuels, or for other loss or damage, unless the same is discovered and claim in writing made to Seller within 14 days after the marine fuels were delivered to the vessel or the vessel damaged by Seller's employees as above described and litigation is commenced within one year after the Seller delivered the marine fuels or Seller's employees otherwise damaged Buyer's vessel or other property.
  6. INDEMNIFICATION AND HOLD HARMLESS: Buyer shall indemnify and hold harmless Seller, the fuel barge contractor and their agents and employees from and against all claims, damages, losses and expenses, including attorney's fees, arising out of or resulting from the performance of services or the providing of marine fuel under this contract, including claims, damages, losses, penalties or expenses arising under any air, water quality or hazardous waste statute, regulation or ordinance, hereinafter referred to "pollution claims", providing that any such claim, damage, loss or expense (a) is attributable to bodily injury, sickness, disease or death, or to injury to or destruction of tangible property (other than Buyer's vessel and its appurtenances) including the loss of use resulting there from, or to pollution claims, and (b) is caused in whole or in part by any negligent act or omission of Buyer, the vessel or vessel interests, their agents or employees or anyone directly or indirectly employed by any of them or anyone for whose acts any of them may be liable, regardless of whether or not such claim, damage, loss, or expense is also caused in part by the Seller, the fuel barge contractor, their agents or employees.
  7. The foregoing is in lieu of all warranties and liabilities of Seller, express or implied
  1. In the event of a spill during fueling, Buyer and the Vessel shall, at their own expense, immediately take what action is necessary to give prompt notice to the official bodies and to effect cleanup. Failing prompt action, Buyer and the vessel authorize Seller and/or the fuel barge contractor to conduct and/or contract for such cleanup at Buyer's and vessel's expense.
  2. Buyer warrants that the marine fuel purchased hereunder is for the operation of the receiving vessel and that vessel only. Buyer shall hold Seller harmless as to any claims, expenses, losses, taxes or penalties arising from Buyer's breach of this warranty, including attorney fees.
  3. Buyer warrants that the vessel fueled is in compliance with all national, state and local statutes, regulations and ordinances, including those requiring proof of financial ability in regard spills of oil and hazardous materials. Buyer shall hold Seller harmless as to any delays, claims, losses, expenses or penalties arising from breach by Buyer of this warranty, including attorney fees.
  4. It is the responsibility of the Master to Notify the Seller of any conditions, difficulties, peculiarities, deficiencies or defects with respect to engines, boilers, fuel tanks, piping, navigation equipment, mooring lines, tackle, gear, and any other types of equipment, which might jeopardize or impose hazards or problems in connection with handling, mooring, unmooring or bunkering of the vessel. Buyer's vessel will not be moored at wharf or alongside any other marine loading facilities, or a fuel barge brought alongside the Buyer's vessel, unless said vessel is free of the aforesaid conditions, difficulties, peculiarities, deficiencies or defects.
  1. Neither party shall be responsible for any loss, damage, delay or failure in performance under this Contract resulting from an act of God, or the port or area of delivery being affected by war, civil commotion, riot, quarantine, strike, stoppage, lock-out, arrest, restraint of princes, rulers and people, piracy, acts of terrorism or any event whatsoever which is beyond the control of Seller and cannot be avoided or guarded against the exercise of ordinary care.
  2. Seller shall not be in breach of its obligations, or be responsible for any loss, damage, delay or failure, in the event that performance is prevented or delayed as a result of any one or more of the following events: (1) labor disturbance, strike, stoppage or lockout, whether involving the employees of Buyer, Seller, its supplier, its barging contractor or otherwise, and regardless of whether the disturbance, strike, stoppage or lock-out could be settled by acceding to the demands of the labor group or laborers involved; (2) compliance with a change, request, direction, order, regulation or law of any governmental authority or agent; (3) shortage in raw material, marine or land transportation, manufacturing, blending or storage facilities or Bunker, whether in whole or in part from the Seller’s source of supply; (4) war, civil war, insurrection, commotion or disturbance, acts of terrorism or piracy, tumult, riot, quarantine, arrest, restraint of princes, rulers or people (whether officially declared or not) affecting the port or place of delivery or access thereto; or (5) the effect of adverse weather (including but not limited to hurricanes, typhoons, gales, storms, snow, sleet, hail, lightening, wind, waves, flooding and landslides), mechanical breakdown, breakdown of or damage to facilities, plant, terminal, equipment, machinery, bunkering barge or any other form of vessel or vehicle or, act of God; or (6) any other cause whatsoever and howsoever arising which is beyond the reasonable control of the Sellers, its plant, terminal, vehicle and barge, whether or not foreseeable (“Force Majeure”).
  3. In the event that performance is prevented or delayed Force Majeure, the Seller may cease or reduce deliveries in any manner as it may determine in its sole discretion. Nothing in the provision shall be deemed to excuse Buyer from its obligation to make payments for Bunker delivered.
  4. The Seller reserves the right to change the price charged for any Marine Fuels if there is any change in the costs incurred or to be incurred by the Seller in making the relevant supply due to factors which constitute a Force Majeure event.

Any implied warranties whatsoever, whether statutory or otherwise, including the warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose or of condition and any oral or implied agreements inconsistent with this Agreement are expressly excluded and disclaimed.

  1. Any controversy or claim between Buyer and Seller, or between Buyer and the fuel barge contractor, relating solely to the quality or quantity of Bunker delivered or to be delivered hereunder or to the sum payable for such fuel shall be submitted to the jurisdiction of the Courts at London, United Kingdom.
  2. The above shall not prevent the Sellers recourse to file an in rem suit in a jurisdiction of their choice to recover the unpaid bunker price along with the accrued interest.

This Agreement shall be governed and construed in all particulars by the principles of the Law of England and Wales. The Maritime Laws of the United States shall apply to any determination of the existence of a maritime lien, regardless of the country in which Seller takes legal action.

In the event of the potential application of both, or a conflict between, admiralty and bankruptcy jurisdiction, the Parties expressly agree that admiralty jurisdiction pre-empts bankruptcy jurisdiction with respect to the rights and obligations of the Parties under this Contract, and with respect to enforcing maritime lien or attachment rights.

Except as otherwise provided herein, each of the Parties hereby irrevocably submits to the exclusive jurisdiction of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York or, if such court does not have jurisdiction or shall not accept jurisdiction, to any court of general jurisdiction in and for the County of New York in the State of New York for the resolution and determination of any dispute between the Parties relating to the construction, meaning or effect of this Contract, or the rights and liabilities of the Parties hereunder, or any matter arising therefrom or connected therewith. Each of the Parties hereby irrevocably waives objection to such suit based upon forum non conveniens and venue.

Each of the Parties hereby irrevocably waives actual personal service of process in connection with any action initiated in any court to whose jurisdiction the Parties have by contract submitted, and agrees to accept, in lieu of such personal service, written notice of such action given by hand delivery or by certified or registered pre-paid mail (provided that notice shall also be given by telex, facsimile, or other written communication that such mailed notice has been sent, no later than the second day following the date of mailing) to its address as set out in the Special Terms or otherwise notified pursuant to this Contract, or to its principal place of business, and addressed to the Party in question, provided that either Party may cause service of process to be effected in any other lawful manner rather than by use of the aforesaid procedure. The United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods 1980 shall not apply to this Contract. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Seller is free to bring suit in any jurisdiction and shall be entitled to avail itself of all remedies under maritime or other law to obtain jurisdiction and/or security for its claims against Buyer, its agents or Affiliates, the Vessel, her owners and charterers and any of their respective agents, servants or assigns, including but not limited to vessel arrest and attachment procedures under the Supplemental Rules of Civil Procedure for Certain Admiralty and Maritime Claims or any similar laws, rules or statutes in any jurisdiction.

  1. If in Seller's opinion there is a shortage or there are shortages of supply of products, whether or not of the quality or grade designated by Buyer, at any of its present or future regular sources of supply or at any of those of its Supplier or Suppliers, with the result that Seller is unable to meet its requirements for sale to customers of all kinds, Seller may allocate, on any reasonable basis according to its own discretion, its available products among its customers both under this contract and, at Seller's option, regular customers not then under contract.
  2. Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (a), Buyer shall not be relieved of any obligations under Articles 1, 3 and 8 above to pay for the product delivered hereunder.

The address of Bharat Chemical for the purpose of receiving notice is #2, 2nd Floor, Shah Avenue-1, Plot No 211 Ward 12/B, Gandhidham 370201 Kutch Gujarat India Phone: +91- 2836-23777. Buyer's address shall be that used in communications with Seller or care of the owner or operator of the vessel if Buyer is neither of these interests. Notices hereunder shall be given in writing or by telex or telegram or fax.

This Agreement is not assignable by Buyer except with the written consent of Seller. Seller may cause deliveries under this Agreement to be made to Buyer.

  1. In the event Seller's capacity to perform becomes impracticable for any reason, including, but not limited to, a request or suggestion by any official body relating to supplies, priorities, rationing or allocations of any product, Seller may reduce or stop deliveries in such a manner as it may in its sole discretion determine and shall be relieved of its obligation to perform hereunder.
  2. All rights and remedies of Seller hereunder are cumulative, and election of one remedy shall not exclude another.
  3. This writing supersedes all previous Standard Terms and Conditions of Sale of Marine Fuel by Bharat Chemical and sets forth the final and exclusive expression of the parties' agreement unless it is modified in writing, which modification must be signed by Bharat Chemical. It supersedes all oral or implied agreements. Any disclaimer, notice or other writing by Buyer or vessel interests or their agents on the marine fuel delivery receipt, or any other document, seeking unilaterally to alter or amend any part or this Agreement shall be ineffective.
  4. If any part of this Agreement is declared invalid for any reason, this ruling shall not affect the validity of the rest of the Agreement or any other part thereof.
  5. Barge rates provided to Buyer on Buyer's account are based upon normal barge availability. In the event that these facilities are fully committed, other barges, if available, will be engaged at such rates as are applicable.
  6. Buyer may request modification of the terms of this Agreement no later than when placing its initial order for marine fuels, but at Seller's discretion the prices offered by Seller may be raised in consideration of such modifications, including any increase in Seller's liabilities thereby.


Located within Kandla’s Special Economic Zone, we maintain our private bonded warehouse, functioning as our dedicated storage facility. This advanced space is purpose-built to handle bulk liquids such as LSMGO and lube oils, both in drums and bulk quantities. Our oil terminal delivers secure, dependable, and efficient handling, storage, and transportation services to our clients. These facilities are pivotal in supporting our oil trading and bunkering endeavors, streamlining our supply chain, and bolstering the competitiveness of our core activities. Outfitted with inter-tank circulation systems, blending machinery, and cutting-edge features, our facility ensures the secure storage of products. Furthermore, we've integrated state-of-the-art technology, pumps, and a fully automated fire-fighting system to enhance safety measures.

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