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Expertise for over two decades

We have experience over two decades as the pioneer bunker supplier in Sri Lanka. Our state-of-the-art infrastructure creates real value to our customers

Adding Value to the Bunker Industry in Sri Lanka

We Strive Continuously to Upgrade the Service Levels to Our Clients!

Lanka Marine Services (Pvt) Ltd is the pioneer provider of bunkering services in Sri Lanka with expertise in marine bunkering for over two decades. The company operates under the umbrella of the John Keells Group, Sri Lanka’s largest listed blue-chip conglomerate, which owns and operates the largest private sector Transportation group in the country, spanning interests in bunkering, domestic airlines, ship agency, third party logistics, terminal management, airline representations and freight forwarding.

  • Enhanced Customer Service
  • Digital Bunkering Initiatives
  • Facilities with Highest Capacity
  • Investing on Innovation
  • Structure Data & Docs
  • Act towards Greener Earth
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LMS to Operate the First Double Hull Bunker Barge in Sri Lanka

Lanka Marine Services (Pvt) Ltd (LMS) today announced it has expanded its fleet of bunker barges by purchasing its latest bunker barge MT Lanka Marine Mahaweli, which arrived in Sri Lanka in May 2017. The company has a fleet of dedicated bunker vessels The 2927dwt MT. Lanka Marine Mahaweli...

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Lanka Marine Services (Pvt) Ltd (LMS) adds yet another remarkable milestone

Lanka Marine Services (Pvt) Ltd (LMS) adds yet another remarkable milestone by carrying out the largest supply of 2500 MTs of Low Sulphur Marine Gas oil (LSMGO) to a Russian War Ship “BURIS BUTOMA” at the port of Hambantota...

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Lanka Marine Services (Pvt) Ltd Expands Its Fleet

Lanka Marine Services (Pvt) Ltd expanded its fleet of bunker barges by purchasing its latest bunker barge MT. “Lanka Marine Mahaweli” which arrived in Sri Lanka on the 20th of May 2017. At a length of 93 metres, it is capable of accommodating 2600 MT of marine fuel to supply...

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