The Prax Group of Companies company Harvest Energy Marine has announced the acquisition of the Fortuna II, a brand-new tanker.
Expanding distribution infrastructure
The vessel expands Harvest Energy Marine’s distribution infrastructure in the UK and northwest European waters by joining the company’s current fleet.
The Prax Group’s well-established supply and storage network in the UK and continental Europe will be useful to Fortuna II, illustrating the Group’s dedication to satisfying the needs of customers seeking quick and effective delivery of bunker fuels, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
The 1,700 metric tonnes deadweight of the 68-meter Fortuna II. The vessel has the capacity to transport marine gas oil and Very Low Sulfur Fuel Oil (VLSFO), and it can provide bunkering services in ports all along the UK coast as well as in northwest Europe.
Shorten refuelling times
“I am thrilled to announce the purchase of Fortuna II, to satisfy the ever-changing needs of our customers across the UK and northwest Europe,” said Geert Boden, general manager of Harvest Energy Marine. In order to give creative ways to shorten refuelling times at a competitive price while also giving our clients their most valuable resource, we are firmly dedicated to continuing to construct a robust and reliable supply chain to satisfy their needs.
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