Operating company Gazpromneft Marine Lubricants has begun producing high-tech marine oils at a production facility in Singapore, it said on Tuesday (10 December, 2019).
Localising lubricants production under the Gazpromneft Ocean brand at the AP Oil partner facility will cut delivery times for Gazprom Neft products to the Port of Singapore by up to two days, and to ports in Malaysia by up to four days.
“Manufacturing in Singapore will help meet the growing demand for high-tech marine oils, and strengthen the company's position in the Asia-Pacific market,” commented Roman Miroshnichenko, Managing Director, Gazpromneft Marine Lubricants.
“Developing the production and logistics network and expanding our product offering, together with continuous service improvements, will increase efficiency in supplying cutting-edge lubricants, creating convenient environment for our clients, all over the world.”
Gazpromneft Ocean lubricants are approved by leading marine equipment producers and are suitable for use on two- and four-stroke engines, operating on all types of fuel, including low-sulphur (with a sulphur content of less than 0.5%) and ultra-low-sulphur (less than 0.1%) fuels, according to the company.
Its marine lubricants are currently available at more than 250 ports, in 24 countries, worldwide.
Sales of Gazpromneft Ocean lubricants are expected to grow to 100,000 tonnes by 2030, with the company’s global market share in marine lubricants reaching 4%, it says.
Photo credit: Gazpromneft Marine Lubricants
Published: 12 December, 2019
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