Full steam ahead for the company’s ambitious LNG Bunkering project
A world-class investment opportunity
Athens, 4 March 2019 – probunkers, the new and fast growing company that brings the future of bunkering today, is taking one more step towards the implementation of its ambitious LNG Bunkering project by inviting stakeholders’ proposals for the design of the company’s LNG Bunkering Vessels (LNGBVs).
As the expansion of LNG as a marine fuel is rapid into shipping, probunkers is turning into a world-class investment opportunity, by building a reliable global-scale LNG bunkering network.
According to the project, probunkers will design, build and operate a fleet of modern, eco-friendly LNG bunkering vessels to brace the ever-changing needs of global shipping. At this stage, the company is interested to build seven (7) LNGBVs, which will operate in various ports worldwide, and invites companies to submit initial, concept design proposals, along with outline specification and General Arrangement for such type of vessel.
Proposals can be submitted until Friday March 29th. probunkers’ Technical Manager, Mr. Andreas Zompanakis, is responsible and will supervise the entire process.
probunkers is committed in contributing to the development of LNG marine infrastructure by providing premier and reliable LNG bunkering services, and aims to be among the early movers who will support the future of Sustainable Shipping and Green Energy.
probunkers Holding was established in 2017 in Cyprus. Its headquarters are based in Athens, Greece. The company will have shareholding control over a group of companies operating in the sectors of shipping and energy. The Shipping division will design, build, own and operate a fleet of LNG supply vessels. They will all be single vessel entities owned 100% by probunkers Holding. The Commercial Companies will also be fully owned by the Holding company. The Commercial division will have presence and operate in seven geographical locations across the globe, through local branches; each of them will include operational and crewing departments overseen by three main regional trading offices with sales and customer service departments.