BUNKER” is the fuel used in the maritime industry, especially in cargo ships and cruise ships. There are different types of bunkers, but the two most common are the diesel bunker and the fuel oil bunker.

The main difference between bunker diesel and crude oil lies in their quality and the way they are used. Crude oil is a complex mixture of hydrocarbons that is extracted directly from the earth and needs to be refined before it can be used as fuel. During the refining process, different petroleum products are obtained, such as gasoline, diesel, kerosene and fuel oil, used mainly in large ship engines.

A supply must be of high quality, efficient and operational. We strive, day by day, to be able to comply with these points with all the types of Bunker with which we work.

Currently, we are developing a bunker table to meet the needs of our clients in those ports where they have to take fuel.

Our function is to close back-to-back operations in those ports where necessary, since we have global coverage, being able to adapt to all needs.


Marine Diesel (MGO)