Bomin opens new office in Far East Russia’s Nakhodka

Bomin Group, global supplier and trader of bunker fuels, has opened a new office in Nakhodka, Russia to meet growing demand for marine fuels and services across Far East Russia.

With an office in Nakhodka, a port city on the Sea of Japan, Bomin will be able to provide customers with a full range of bunker fuel and gas oil across all ports along Russia’s Far East coast, sourced directly from local refineries and delivered by trusted suppliers.

Bomin will also act as the exclusive bunker agent for vessels wishing to call for bunkers only, including arranging berth at one of the main terminals in Nakhodka on an exclusive basis.

“Given the lower cost of fuels available at Russia’s Far East ports, we have been seeing a steady upward trend in demand for the full range of marine fuel and gasoil in the region,” said Susanna Lai, managing director, Bomin Hong Kong.

“Establishing an office in the region is in line with our strategy to provide our customers with quality products and delivering solutions that save them both time and money,” she added.

The new Nakhodka office will be headed by Alexander Beliakov, an experienced bunker trader who joined Bomin from Nakhodka Portbunker Co.

Posted 05 May 2015

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Lee Hong Liang

Asia Correspondent

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