Gunvor Raffinerie Ingolstadt GmbH

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The Gunvor Ingolstadt refinery, a member of Gunvor Group Ltd., is located on a 128-hectare site in Ingolstadt (about 80 km north of Munich). The plant was commissioned by ExxonMobil in 1963, taken over by Petroplus in 2007 and acquired by Gunvor in 2012. The refinery has an excellent record in health protection, work safety, environmental protection and energy efficiency.

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