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Peninsula is committed
to supplying quality and
compliant marine fuels
and lubricants to all our

We have pioneered new fuels to help our shipping customers comply with the IMO’s 0.5% global sulphur cap, which came into effect on 1 January 2020. All our operations, logistics and supply chain controls allow the purchase and delivery of fuel well within ISO 8217:2017 specifications. Our supply chain control requires intensive sampling and testing, beyond industry best practices.

We recognise that quality is a continuous process and our inhouse Quality Department continue to monitor and improve our standards where and when needed to ensure we successfully adapt to your needs now and in the future.

Above and beyond Industry Standards

When it comes to quality, the superyacht standard goes well beyond ISO standards and MARPOL compliance. We work hard on your behalf to make sure the operations and logistics are all seamlessly managed to ensure a smooth delivery, every time.

Wherever possible we will ensure the Certificate of Quality (CoQ) is from a representative sample and not out of date, or from a large sample taken upstream.

Working for you to solve problems

It would be nice to think that nothing ever goes wrong but, unfortunately it does. Marine fuels can be blended, tanks repurposed, pipes used to supply alternative products. All this leads to the opportunity for product to differ from the requested specification. Should anything go wrong with our supply we will use the strength and depth of our inhouse resource to resolve the situation for you as quickly as possible and with as little disruption to you and your itinerary as possible.

Most importantly, as a global bunkering expert with annual sales of over 15m tonnes, Peninsula’s sourcing expertise is at your disposal to select optimum supply solutions.