About Us

ARIA Bunkers functions as a supplier and distributor of marine fuel, ensuring top-notch products and exceptional customer service. Operating from the Sharjah Hamriyah Free Zone and major global ports, we keep our clients informed about the bunker market to assist them in their procurement planning. ARIA Bunkers embraces a long-term perspective, driving our business model, strategies, and growth plans with a clear vision of our role in promoting sustainable energy. Our brand is widely recognized by customers worldwide for its high quality and service standards. We strive to build a global brand by meeting our customers' stringent requirements for fuel quality and timely delivery.

Drawing upon our extensive experience and management systems, we fulfill our customers' needs for marine fuels and lubricants across the globe. Our services encompass physical bunker supplies in Fujairah and Khorfakkan, supported by our expertise, knowledge, and dedication in these areas. We offer professional and cost-effective solutions for marine fuel requirements, leveraging local expertise. In addition, we provide a comprehensive range of marine services, including owned bunker barging facilities, storage terminals, ship agency, and ship repair and maintenance network.

Who we are

Our corporate entity is committed to upholding strong business values that guide our actions and decisions. Integrity is at the core of everything we do, as we strive to maintain the highest ethical standards in our operations. We prioritize transparency and accountability, ensuring that our suppliers/customers can trust us to act responsibly and with fairness. We value innovation, constantly seeking new ways to improve and adapt to the changing needs of our customers and the market. Respect is fundamental to our corporate culture, as we treat everyone with dignity, embracing diversity and fostering an inclusive environment. Sustainability is a key pillar of our business values, as we actively work towards minimizing our environmental impact and contributing positively towards the area we operate in. We are dedicated to fostering strong relationships with our clients, suppliers, and employees, promoting collaboration, trust, and mutual success. By upholding these values, we aim to establish ourselves as a respected and responsible corporate entity, making a meaningful and lasting impact in the bunker business.

Following the IMO 2020 guidelines is of utmost importance for the shipping industry due to several key reasons.

First and foremost, the IMO 2020 regulations were introduced to reduce the environmental impact of the shipping industry, particularly in terms of air pollution caused by sulfur oxide emissions. These guidelines require ships to significantly lower their sulfur emissions by limiting the sulfur content in fuels used for propulsion. By adhering to these regulations, the shipping industry plays a crucial role in mitigating the adverse effects of air pollution on human health and the environment, including reducing respiratory diseases and combating climate change.
Additionally, complying with the IMO 2020 guidelines helps the shipping industry enhance its sustainability profile. The shipping sector is a vital component of global trade, and its environmental impact cannot be ignored. By adopting cleaner fuel options, such as low-sulfur fuels or alternative energy sources, ships can contribute to a greener and more sustainable future. This not only aligns with the global push for sustainable practices but also positions the shipping industry as an environmentally responsible player in the global economy.
Moreover, following the IMO 2020 guidelines is essential for maintaining compliance with international regulations. The International Maritime Organization (IMO) is the United Nations' specialized agency responsible for regulating shipping globally. Non-compliance with IMO regulations can result in penalties, legal consequences, reputational damage, and even operational disruptions. Therefore, by adhering to the IMO 2020 guidelines, the shipping industry ensures its adherence to international standards, promoting a level playing field and fair competition within the industry.
Furthermore, complying with the IMO 2020 regulations can lead to operational efficiencies and cost savings for shipping companies. While transitioning to low-sulfur fuels may initially incur additional expenses, the long-term benefits can outweigh the costs. For instance, using cleaner fuels can help optimize engine performance, reduce maintenance requirements, and improve fuel efficiency. These factors contribute to lower operational costs, increased fuel economy, and improved overall profitability for shipping companies.
Lastly, embracing the IMO 2020 guidelines demonstrates a commitment to corporate social responsibility. Stakeholders, including customers, investors, and the public, are increasingly demanding environmentally conscious practices from businesses. By proactively following the IMO 2020 guidelines, the shipping industry showcases its dedication to sustainability, attracting environmentally conscious customers, investors, and partners, and enhancing its reputation as a responsible and forward-thinking industry.
In conclusion, the importance of following the IMO 2020 guidelines for the shipping industry cannot be overstated. By reducing air pollution, promoting sustainability, ensuring compliance, improving operational efficiencies, and demonstrating corporate responsibility, the industry not only contributes to a cleaner environment but also enhances its competitiveness and long-term viability in a rapidly changing global landscape.

The BIMCO standards hold significant importance in the shipping industry for the following reasons:

Overall, the BIMCO standards play a vital role in promoting efficiency, reducing risks, enhancing compliance, and fostering collaboration within the shipping industry. By providing a common framework, they contribute to the growth and sustainability of global maritime trade while ensuring fair and equitable practices for all parties involved. Discover the ideal bunker solution for your fleet. Our clients have distinct needs, but they share a common goal: to minimize downtime and keep their vessels operating smoothly. At ARIA BUNKERS, we understand this commitment and are dedicated to delivering prompt responses and on-time fuel delivery. With our global presence, our team of local fuel solutions experts is prepared to tailor our services to meet your specific requirements. Trust us to provide the right bunker solution for your vessels, ensuring seamless operations and uninterrupted voyages.

What we offer

Benefit from our extensive industry knowledge and expertise. We take pride in sharing our global and. local insights with you. With over 40 years of experience supplying bunker fuel worldwide, we provide immediate support and help mitigate your financial risks. Discover the perfect bunker solution for your fleet. Every client has unique requirements, but they all share a common goal: ensuring prompt responses and timely fuel delivery to minimize downtime and keep vessels operating smoothly. At Dan- Bunkering, we are fully committed to delivering on our promises and serving all types of vessels. With our global presence, our dedicated team of local fuel solutions experts is prepared to cater to your specific needs.
ARIA Bunkers specializes in providing marine fuels to our clients worldwide. Our product range includes Intermediate Fuel Oil (IFO) - IFO 380 CST RMG and IFO 180 CST RME, as well as Low Sulfur Marine Gas Oil (LSMGO), catering to various fuel requirements. All our products.comply with ISO 8217 standards and Marpol Annex VI regulations.
Fuel Oil, also known as Intermediate Fuel Oil (IFO) or HFO (Heavy Fuel Oil), is widely used in the shipping industry to power ship propellers. It is categorized based on viscosity, with the commonly used types being IFO 180 and IFO 380. Our fuels adhere to ISO 8217:2010 specifications and Marpol Annex IV regulations. Depending on their viscosity and knocking property, IFO is further classified into sub-grades. The two most widely available options are:
Marine Gas Oil, often referred to as MGO, is a blend of various distillates and has a higher density compared to diesel fuel. It complies with the ISO 8217 standard and is commonly known by the quality grades DMX, DMA, DMB, and DMZ under ISO 8217's "Petroleum Products - Fuel (class F)" category. Marine gasoil serves as an important fuel option for marine vessels.