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Bunker and Shipping Summit 2022 – Navigating headwinds: Sailing into a clean sustainable era
Equatorial spoke on the topic “Shaping up to the fundamentally same but radically different bunker industry”, sharing its insights on the fundamental principles of the business of bunkering; price, quality goods and services, and trust.
Equatorial Marine Fuel links one third of bunker fleet to SGTraDex in push towards trust & transparency
The seven SGTraDex-linked bunker tankers, namely Sea Diligence, Sea Fortitude, Sea Bountiful, Sea Reliance, Golden Bravo, Sea Loyalty, and Sea Brilliance, represents part of Equatorial’s perpetual push towards the implementation of trust and transparency in business operations.
InnovFest 2022 x Elevating Founders – Asia Tech x Singapore – The Race is On: Are the Right Technologies in Place to Decarbonise the Maritime Industry?
Equatorial participated in a panel discussion at InnoFest 2022 and discussed the realities of how the maritime industry is progressing with the increasing significance of technology and how we can steer the course collectively as an ecosystem.
Equatorial is proud to be part of the SGTraDex official launch!
The expansion of what is known as the Singapore Trade Data Exchange (SGTraDex) was announced at the Asia Tech x Singapore (ATxSG) event on Wednesday (June 1) organised by the Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA). SGTraDex is designed to reduce long-standing supply chain inefficiencies, including a heavy reliance on manual, paper-based processes that undermine efficiency, transparency and sustainability.
Equatorial remains as the 2nd largest marine fuel supplier in the world’s biggest ship refuelling hub in 2021
Despite the many challenges in 2021, we are proud to continue our strong performance as the leading bunker suppliers in Singapore. Thank you to all our valued customers and partners!
Equatorial and other internationally renowned experts speak on bunker fuel quality issues at Clyde & Co., SCMA organised webinar
Stakeholders along the bunkering value chain, comprising of a top bunker supplier, marine fuel quality laboratory, shipowner and legal experts discussed marine fuel quality issues at a lively event of over 300+ delegates on Wednesday (10 November).
Singapore Norway Innovation Conference 2021: Maritime Digitalisation & Decarbonisation
Equatorial spoke on the topic “Charting a Course to the Future: Succeeding in the Green Transition”, providing our perspectives on decarbonisation in the maritime sector and emphasised on the key roles of alternate marine fuels and carbon offsetting.
Equatorial is proud to be ranked as the 2nd largest Singapore bunker supplier by volume for 2020
We will continue to strive our best to deliver quality products and services to all our valued customers. Thank you for your support! Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) reveals its list of top bunker supplier by volume for 2020. Please find the full list of bunker suppliers by volume (2020) at this link:.
Embarking on a digitalisation journey
Companies embark on a digitalisation journey which encompasses the aspects of transformation, integration and optimsation to improve on cost, operational and other efficiencies, enabling greater sustainability in current changing business environments.
Family-run Singapore bunker business ranks higher than the majors
Two brothers – along with their parents – own, run and manage the Singapore based Equatorial Marine Fuel, which has gained a lot from tighter regulation. Two VLCCs for storage of low-sulfur oil represent the latest acquisition.
“EM SPLENDOUR” starts operations as a Floating Storage Unit (FSU) for low sulphur fuel.
Choong Zhen Mao, Executive Director, at EMF tells Manifold Times, “the purpose of purchasing the FSU is to prepare the company for IMO 2020 by providing a consistent and reliable source of low sulphur cargo supply for our clients.”
Interview: Singapore bunker supplier Equatorial Marine Fuel gearing up for IMO 2020 rule
Singapore’s Equatorial Marine Fuel Management Services is readying itself for changes to the International Maritime Organization’s lower global sulfur limit rule for marine fuels will bring, while aiming to maintain its growth momentum in 2019.