Email: info@ceymaritime.lk

Madusanka Perera: +94777394818

Priyanga Fernando: +94772308887

Jehan Fernando: +94771008876

Yashodha Ramesh: +94779376672

Bunker Brokering & Arrangement

Maritime Service

Bunker Brokering & Arrangement
Services in Sri Lanka

Services

Ceyline Maritime is one of the leading shipping agents operating in Sri Lanka who offers bunker arrangement services in Sri Lanka after liaising with our bunker suppliers. We are arranging bunkering services at the ports of Colombo, Hambantota, Trinco, and Galle, Sri Lanka.

We make sure to replenish our clients with quality IFO, MGO, and lubricants by selecting the right suppliers who meet internationally approved standards.  Deliveries are carried out in compliance with all regulatory, legal, and environmental standards including MARPOL Annex VI guidelines.

Ceyline Maritime has built up a strong relationship with all three registered pioneer bunker suppliers on the Island. Physical bunker supplies are available 24×7 through all the seasons of the year. In addition to Bunker Supply through Barges, could offer Tank truck deliveries for smaller quantities for vessel / Yachts / Tugs and all small crafts, at birth in any of the Ports.

  • 24/7 Services
  • All products are in line with ISO 8217-2005
  • Compliance with safety, regulatory, legal & environment standards
  • Covers all ports in Sri Lanka

With years of experience, all in place, well-established processes, and is fully equipped, to facilitate de-bunkering / re-bunkering operations, based on customer requirements. All products are in line with ISO 8217-2005 certification.

Sri Lanka is located at a strategic location of the Indian Ocean very close to one of the main shipping routes of the world. Accordingly, there is vast potential to develop the port and shipping sector as a major revenue-generating source to the island. Bunkering is one of the main services provided to ships calling at Sri Lankan ports and sailing through international shipping routes.

Bunker Brokering & Arrangement Services in Sri Lanka

The bunkering services are provided by private service companies. To minimize the risk of an oil spill during the bunker operations Marine Pollution Prevention Act No 35 of 2008 has given the mandate to Marine Environment Protection Authority (MEPA) to oversee all sea transport of oil and bunkering operations that are carried out in the territorial waters of Sri Lanka or any other maritime zone, its foreshore and the coastal zone of Sri Lanka for the purpose of preventing of any possible pollution. As a responsible player in the marine industry, Ceyline Maritime ensures that all its services are aligned with the guidelines given by MEPA.

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We Cover All Commercial Ports in Sri Lanka

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Colombo (Head Office)

No 01, Alfred House Avenue,
Colombo 00300.

Hambantota

07th Floor, Hambantota Maritime Center, Mirijjawila, Hambantota.

Galle

No 50/1 B, Aluthpara,
Makuluwa, Galle.

Trincomalee

No.01, Thulasipura,
Trincomalee.

Madusanka Perera: +94777394818
Priyanga Fernando: +94772308887
Jehan Fernando: +94771008876
Yashodha Ramesh: +94779376672
General Enquiry : inquiries@ceyline.lk

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Maritime Services FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the ports under Sri Lanka Ports Authority?

Sri Lanka Ports Authority (SLPA) is the state-owned operator of major commercial ports in Sri Lanka. Founded in 1979, SLPA currently operates ports in Colombo, Galle, Hambantota, Kankesanthurai, Oluvil, Point Pedro, and Trincomalee.

Is Sri Lanka now Open for foreign national crew changes?

Yes. Sri Lanka is now open for a foreign national crew change with the assistance and preview of the Sri Lankan government and PPP. (Private Public Partnership) Vessels arriving in Sri Lanka after cargo discharged/load or bunkering at any seaport in India are allowed for a crew change.

However, if any vessel entering after embarking Seafarers in India, then crew disembarkation in Sri Lanka will not be permitted.

All seafarers can arrive or depart only via charter flights, and foreign crew embarkation & disembarkation via commercial flights are still NOT permitted in Sri Lanka.

All seafarers must carry out PCR tests at the respective Isolation Centers (ICs) on arrival and be permitted to leave to join ship or flight only after receiving a negative PCR report.

No Shore Passes will be issued.

Are there any restrictions on the crew who embarked from COVID -19 high-risk countries or specific nationalities?

Unfortunately, commercial flights are yet to commence from Sri Lanka. Special Charter flights are operating from Manila / Doha to and from Sri Lanka, allowing the seafarer movement.

Are commercial flights available to / from Sri Lanka?

Unfortunately commercial flights are yet to be operated from , to Sri Lanka. Special Charter flights are operating from, to Manila / Doha to, from Sri Lanka allowing the seafarer movement.

Can Provisions supply be arranged in Sri Lanka at any port?

Yes. All ports and OPL in Colombo, Trincomalee, Hambantota, and Galle Port

What are the Ports where CMS Operates?

All major ports in Sri Lanka. Colombo, Galle, Trincomalee and Hambantota.