Group COO statement

The Monjasa Group uses its agility and experience to stay in sync, and ahead of, increasing levels of regulation and more challenging regulatory expectations.

Slow lane economic growth, geopolitical instability, volatile oil prices, and cowardly terrorist attacks. All of these components create elevated levels of uncertainty for businesses around the world. Not least in industries tightly connected to developments in world trade. This is a new territory that Monjasa and all other businesses need to enter and adapt to.

Ownership of sourcing, shipping, and supply

“Having grown to become a diversified global trading group allows us to offer our customers an end to end experience. We feel ownership of our products and know how it has been sourced, shipped and supplied in compliance with regulations and under the quality and quantity standards of ISO 9001:2015, a certification that Monjasa has held since 2014.

We are also certified according to ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management and OHSAS 18001:2007 Occupational Health and Safety Management. This gives us comfort in doing the right things for our customers and that we remain a valued partner to their businesses going forward,” says Svend Stenberg Mølholt, Monjasa Group COO.

Making a difference

Staying relevant in a market with accelerated and changing regulatory measures, combined with weak economies and increasing protectionism, is no easy task. We see bunkering and trading markets that are maturing and consolidation taking place as a result of that.

“We make a difference for our customers, who view compliance efforts and a transparent one brand name business as order qualifiers. Together with thorough market knowledge and high service levels we push the boundaries for what excellence looks like in the ‘new normal’ of the shipping and bunkering business that we operate in.”

“In the markets Monjasa is represented in today, we have to be successful through our people who offer personal service, operations and run best practice compliance operations,” Svend Stenberg Mølholt concludes.