Aegean Marine Signs Marine Fuel Partnership Deal with China Changjiang Bunker; Shares Add 4%

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Aegean Marine Petroleum Network ( ANW ) has entered into a strategic alliance with China Changjiang Bunker, a Chinese state-owned enterprise jointly owned by Sinopec SINOPEC Sales Co., Ltd. and SINOTRANS and CSC.

Under the agreement, China Changjiang Bunker will provide comprehensive marine fuel services on behalf of ANW's customers in strategic Chinese ports, while ANW will be responsible for the supply and delivery of marine fuels to China Changjiang Bunker's customers in ANW's network.

The partnership will take effect in Q2.

Shares are up 4.29% to $7.28 and have touched a day high $7.41, with a 52-week range of $3.19 - $9.44.

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This article appears in: Investing Commodities
Referenced Stocks: ANW

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