International marine fuels and lubricant oils supplier Clipper Oil has announced a new collaboration with Jubitz Fleet Services to expand their physical bunker supply operations in Oregon and Washington.
The product grade available will be ultra-low sulphur MGO (meeting ISO 8217:2010 DMA specifications) delivered by Jubitz Fleet Services’ trucking network.
In addition to LSMGO by truck, Clipper Oil will also offer the full line of Chevron marine lubricant oils.
“We're very excited to partner with a great company like Jubitz,” said Kevin Alameda, Vice President at Clipper Oil.
“Clipper Oil and Jubitz are both family owned, customer focused organizations. With our experienced staff and combined resources, we'll be able to provide additional supply options and competitively priced bunkers to the Pacific Northwest maritime community.”
Deliveries will be available at all truck accessible terminals and berth locations in the following ports:
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Published: 6 August, 2018
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