Adani Bunkering PVT Ltd, India’s Leading Bunker Supplier, has commenced bunker supply at Western India ports of Hazira and Dahej and has started supplying RMG 380 cSt and MGO as per ISO 8217:2005 during cargo Operation.
The move is in line with Adani’s vision of Consolidating and Expanding its physical Supply setup’s in the Western Coast of India.
Adani Hazira Port is owned and managed by Adani group; it provides a convenient international trade gateway to Europe, Africa, America and the Middle East.
The location provides access to industrial zones in in the hinterlands of North, West and Central India. These hinterlands together contribute about 65 per cent of country's containerized traffic.
Hazira Port handles all types of cargo including bulk, break-bulk, bulk liquid chemicals, petroleum products & edible oil, containers, automotive and crude. Port has a Liquid Terminal which is a state-of-the-art facility with total storage capacity of 4, 44,000 kl for petrochemical & petroleum product.
Commenting on the development Mr Rajesh Mohata, COO, Adani Bunkering has noted
“In line with Adani’s long term strategy, it is with pleasure we would like to inform that we have started Physical supplies from Hazira, this facility would be catering to vessels calling at Hazira, Dahej and other ports of Gulf of Khambhat .This shows our commitment to our customers’ demands for more bunkering locations in India which in turn will enhance our flexibility to develop a sustainable volumes.”
Adani Bunkering is having storage facility of 15000 MTS at Hazira port exclusively for RMG 380 cSt and this will be supported by their fleet of Road tankers. They are also in the process of placing a barge as soon as possible.
Adani Bunkering is India’s largest bunker supplier and brings more than 9 years of bunkering expertise.
The company own and operate fleet of barges of various sizes to match different products, locations and sizes of the receiving vessels.
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