Reconditioned fuel bowsers not allowed to be imported starting from November

Reconditioned fuel bowsers will no longer be permitted to be imported beginning in November because of their weakness in security and capacity, which could trigger the outbreak of fire and other hazards, said an official from the Ministry of Commerce.

“The commerce ministry will not allow. The import of the reconditioned fuel bowsers to ensure there is no harm to the public”, an official said.

The reconditioned bowsers, fuel tankers that are usually used to deliver fuel to aircraft at airfields and ports, are mostly imported from Japan, where they are structurally reconditioned. Currently, 17 fuel bowsers allegedly reconditioned are maintained at Yangon ports. These bowsers will be the last to be granted permits for legal use, it is learnt.

Source: Global New Light of Myanmar

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