Bunkering still available during CMSG strike

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Minerva Bunkering says its marine refueling operations are still taking place in the Canadian West Coast Port of Vancouver despite the disruption from a strike by the Canadian Merchant Services Guild (CMSG). The strike, which began on August 25, is impacting Seaspan’s marine transportation business and as a result all 30 of the Port’s Seaspan-owned tugs are out of service. Over the last week a number of vessels have seen delays to their arrival, departure or bunkering deliveries, local reports indicate. “Our bunkering operations are not impacted by this strike”, Captain Christopher Roberts, Head of Sales – Americas, Minerva Bunkering told Ship and Bunker. “Minerva Bunkering’s marine fuel deliveries are continuing with delay and we are stepping in the support clients affected by the present disruption in every way possible”

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