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Sing Fuels was Featured in Bunkerspot on Starting Bunkering Operations at Cambodia
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By: Esther Ng, Platts
ASIA PACIFIC: Sing Fuels starts bunkering operations at Cambodia
Company able to offer bunkers via trucks and barges at Sihanoukville port.
Singapore-based bunkering firm Sing Fuels has started operations at Sihanoukville in Cambodia in early February.
'Cambodia has been regarded as Asia's new tiger economy by the Asian Development Bank and other established institutions,' Satnam Singh, Director at Sing Fuels, told Bunkerspot.
'It's export industry grew 14.1% on year during 2015; combined with the proposed opening of the Kra Canal, we are confident in the country's long term position and ability to prosper.'
Singh notes that Sing Fuels will be targeting bunkering operations with a variety of container liners, fishing vessels and bulk carriers at Sihanoukville - a major bunkering port at Cambodia.
The company is also looking for physical supply and floating storage opportunities at Cambodia in the medium term.
'We are also interested in looking to hire traders for the Cambodia market.'
Sing Fuels will be able to organise bunkering via trucks at berth for orders of 180 centistokes (cSt) grade ranging at 28 kilolitres (KL), 30KL and 32KL.
Besides using trucks for deliveries, up to two bunker barges can be arranged for bunkering of marine gas oil (MGO) as long as quantities range at around 200 metric tonnes (mt) per lifting.
Other services such as fresh water supply and full PDA services by Sing Fuels are available upon request.