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Salama takes part in London's annual Bunkering meeting

This year, our bunkering agency in Ceuta has again attended the most important ship fuel supply meeting, held in London. During the event, Salama participated in several work gatherings on behalf of Ceuta's shipping agents, addressing key issues for the sector like the new scenarios faced by the industry.

The International Bunker Industry Association (IBIA) meeting, held on the 25th and 26th of February in London, brought together the different agents involved in these types of operations, to jointly analyze the sector’s concerns. Thus, during these meetings, oil companies, operators and supply agents have shared views on the maritime industry and tightened relations to improve their collaborative work.

Under the aegis of Ceuta’s Port Authority, the varied professionals in the sector, including Salama, strengthened their work ties and agreed on generating new business lines for ship stopover operations in Ceuta. Among the meeting's main topics, we should highlight those related to the tasks aimed at adapting to the new market situation from 2020 onwards.

During the gatherings, our team and the rest of attendees emphasized the Port of Ceuta’sgeographical relevance in the Strait of Gibraltar’s maritime traffic, as well as the importance of top of the line infrastructures, logistics, services, supplies by tonnage, barges, etc. for the Port of Ceuta to become a bunkering reference point.

The sulphur content limit in marine fuels (maximum of 0.5%), raising maritime traffic, the future lines of action in the Mediterranean maritime corridor, the Fuel Availability Study guidelines, and programming the needs of the future regulatory model for fuel supply were some of the other topics addressed in the Bunkering meeting. Within this same framework, they announced the results of the elections regarding the International Bunker Industry Association board of directors, and the names of the members joining the IBIA Council on the 1st of April.

The event brought together executives, suppliers, wholesalers, shipping agents, shipowners and international maritime service professionals from more than 80 countries.

The participation of our ship fuel specialists in the Strait of Gibraltar was key in helping promote and gain loyalty for bunkering traffic in the Port of Ceuta. We would like to underline that Salama is currently one of the most renowned shipping agencies in the area, with thousands of services carried out since it was founded in 1856.

José Salama y CIA S.L CIF: B29901303 Avd. Juan Carlos I Rey 12, 1ºD Melilla, España. Inscrita en el Registro Mercantil de Melilla. Tomo 19, sección 2,ª Folio 95, Hoja 348