Ship bunker supply refers to the process of providing fuel (bunkers) to ships while they are at port or anchored in a bay. This is typically done by specialized fuel barge or oil tanker that comes alongside the ship to transfer the fuel. The process of bunker supply involves several steps, including determining the fuel requirements, arranging for the fuel delivery, coordinating the timing of the delivery, supervising the transfer of fuel, and handling the necessary paperwork and payment. The ship’s agent or operator typically arranges for the bunker supply, and the fuel supplier will generally inspect the ship’s tanks and fuel system to ensure that they are suitable for the fuel being supplied.
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