Endofa Expands Into Central America

Wednesday May 14, 2014

Marine fuel supplier and trader Endofa says it has expanded its operations into Central America through a joint venture with Latin American player Uno.

Product will be delivered ex-storage from Puerto Cort├ęs, Honduras, via multi-truck setup with a flow-metered mobile pumping unit to ports on the entire coast.

Endofa say they will service the area with Intertek tested and certified ISO:2005 spec RMG380 and RME180 cSt product as well as MGO (DMA).

"Our product is competitive with Houston and Panama on both price and quality," commented John Rolfo, who is in charge of Endofa's operation and sales.

Endofa's Kenn Soendergaard says it will eventually supply via tankers inside the ports or at anchorage, utilizing similar setup as their other physical supply operations.

"The positive energy this will add to the shipping industry in this area and to the local community is a game changer," he said.

In December 2013, Endofa launched a bunkering joint venture in West Africa with Dan-Bunkering, before expanding its presence into Europe through a partnership with bunker brokers VP Bunkers.

On May 1, 2014 former Shipping.dk CEO Lars Hoffmann took over as the company's new CEO.