Singapore-based marine, water treatment, industrial, and specialty chemicals manufacturer and supplier Apex Chemicals (S) Pte Ltd on Tuesday (15 February) said it is now authorised to resell several of Infineum’s marine fuel oil additive products.
Apex Chemicals will be re-packaging and selling the products under its own brand and renamed as AFT-B201, AFT-B111 and AFT-R671. These fuel oil additives will be stocked at most of the bunker ports around the world.
With an extensive distribution network serving more than 500 ports globally, Apex Chemicals hopes to further strengthen its position as a supplier of fuel chemicals in the marine sector, states Apex Chemicals’ Director of Sales, MJ Foo.
“This marks an important step for Apex Chemicals as we continue to expand our product portfolio, offering a wider choice of marine chemical solutions and fuel additives to our customers worldwide,” he notes.
“We are confident that our distribution of these additional products will increase our brand equity and allow further growth in reaching new untapped markets for Infineum’s products.”
Apex Chemicals produces some of the world’s most well-known brand of marine solutions ranging from tank cleaning and cargo hold solutions, engine cleaning and maintenance chemicals to water ballast treatment to advance testing methods and equipment.
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Published: 17 February, 2022
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