Repsol Lubricants in late December formally extended its relationship with Total Lubmarine for a further three years, says the latter.
The partnership with Repsol Lubricants ensures Total Lubmarine can continue to best serve its maritime and power plant customers in Gibraltar, Peru and Spain.
The Total Lubmarine network is made up of a range of partners who are able to manufacture in strategic locations and help enable lubricants to be delivered to over 1,000 ports worldwide.
“This is particularly good news for our shipping customers calling at Gibraltar and Algeciras, two of the Mediterranean’s most important bunkering hubs,” added Javier Miranda, Lubricants Director at Repsol.
“Our relationship with Total Lubmarine is as strong as ever, and we are very optimistic that the partnership will continue to be extremely productive.”
In Peru, Total Lubmarine will now be using a regional supply chain instead of a European one, harnessing more local knowledge to fulfil customer’s requirements.
In Spain and Gibraltar, the partnership with Repsol ensures that the customers continue to receive the best value in a competitive market.
“Total Lubmarine is pleased to have reached an agreement with Repsol Lubricants to extend our long-standing partnership for a further three years,” said Robert Joore, General Manager at Total Lubmarine.
“This renewed agreement will continue to ensure quality products for our customers in Spain, Gibraltar and Peru.”
The relationship between the two companies was first established in 1962.
Photo credit: Total Lubmarine
Published: 3 January, 2019
IBIA Asia, ABIS, sources from Singapore’s bunkering and surveying companies, and an industry veteran share with Manifold Times the issues expected from MPA’s latest Covid-19 measures.
The top three positive movers in the 2020 bunker supplier list are Hong Lam Fuels Pte Ltd (+13); Chevron Singapore Pte Ltd (+12); and SK Energy International (+8), according to MPA list.
‘We will operate in the Singapore bunkering market from the Tokyo, with support from local staff at Sumitomo Corporation Singapore,’ source tells Manifold Times.
Changes include abolishing advance declaration of bunkers as dangerous cargo, reducing pilotage fees on vessels receiving bunkers, and a ‘whitelist’ system for bunker tankers.
Claim relates to deliveries of MGO to the vessels Pacific Diligence, Pacific Valkyrie, Pacific Defiance, Crest Alpha 1, and Pacific Warlock between March 2020 to April 2020.
3,490 mt of LSFO from Itochu Enex was lifted at Universal Terminal; the same bunker stem was bought by Global Marine Logistics and delivered by bunker tanker Juma to receiving vessel Kirana Nawa.
15 Jan 2021