Shut port compels BPCL to reschedule tender to sell 30,000 tons naphtha for early September loading from Mumbai

BPCL has rescheduled a tender to sell 30,000 tons of low aromatic naphtha for loading from September 5 to 9 from Mumbai, as the port is shut following a collision between two cargo ships. The collision has prevented vessels from coming into the Mumbai port. But the port could reopen before Sunday.
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