BFC plans to expand its fleet
Baltic Fuel Company (BFC) continues expanding its fleet. In the coming half of the year, the company is going to acquire one or two bunkering ships of 2,500 to 5,000 tonnes in capacity for operation in the Baltic region.
The tankers will be used for both bunkering and short-distance transportation.
Oil fleet of BFC numbers 27 ships with a total capacity exceeding 53 thousand tonnes.
BFC operates a fleet of tankers and bunkering ships of up to 7,700 tonnes in capacity for transportation of export petroleum products and for bunkering operation. To transport petroleum products along inland water ways BFC uses its own barges of up to 5,000 tonnes in capacity. The company’s auxiliary fleet supports the activities of emergency rescue forces and operation of non-self-propelled barges.