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.
Equatorial is proud to present the 2019 LLoyd’s List – Excellent in Container Shipping, sponsored by Equatorial Marine Fuel Management to Ocean Network Express
Equatorial is proud to present the 2019 LLoyd’s List – Excellent in Container Shipping, sponsored by Equatorial Marine Fuel Management to Ocean Network Express.
“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.
Business Times Feature – Keeping Things Shipshape
SINGAPORE’S raison d’etre was its port, as Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew said in the inaugural Singapore Maritime Lecture in 2007.
Two torchbearers of Singapore’s maritime legacy – Pacific International Lines (PIL) and Equatorial Marine Fuel Management Services – are now in the second generation of their family-run businesses.
Equatorial Hosts Singapore’s Permanent Secretary for Transport
Equatorial hosted Singapore’s Permanent Secretary for Transport, Mr Loh Ngai Seng, together with a delegation from MOT and MPA on board its vessel “SEA UNITY” on understanding the use of the Mass Flow Meter System for bunker deliveries.
In Singapore’s World-class Port, a Model of Efficiency and Transparency
With a solid foundation and fresh ideas, the company plans to reach out to new clients, while remaining competitive and maintaining long-term relationships. “We want to provide an extremely transparent environment to our clients,” Choong concludes.