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Russian oil producer Gazprom Neft on Monday (18 May) said Gazpromneft Marine Lubricants has expanded its network in the Mediterranean to 27 ports in Greece, 7 ports in Egypt, and 20 ports in Turkey.
To prevent the spread of COVID-19 the company says it has developed and introduced special non-contact procedures when Gazpromneft specialists liaise with vessel crew.
Gazprom Neft says its partner’s production facilities in Turkey and Greece, as well as its warehouse in Egypt, allowed it to maintain product availability and provide delivery on short notice in the region.
Both blending sites have successfully passed technical audits for compliance with international organisations.
Gazpromneft Marine Lubricants product portfolio includes 15 engine lubricants for use with various kinds of fuel, and also hydraulic, compressor, gear, turbine oils, special greases.
“Expansion of our supply network in the Mediterranean region is an important step towards setting up a comfortable infrastructure for customers’ businesses,” said Roman Miroshnichenko, Managing Director of Gazpromneft Marine Lubricants.
“Stable availability of oils in such heavy traffic regions as Suez and the Bosporus, as well as in the majority of other Mediterranean ports, allows to replenish supplies in the nearest point with short notice.”
Photo credit: Gazpromneft Marine Lubricants
Published: 22 May, 2020
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