Shell Marine has expanded its marine lubricants logistics offering by increasing its distribution network into New Zealand while also adding three new locations at emerging markets – in Indonesia, Spain and Chile.
“Customers in New Zealand will now benefit from Shell Marine’s 24/7 international delivery promise, with formal guidance given on arrival lead times in each location,” says Marcus Schaerer, Global Marketing Manager Shell Marine.
“Our country-wide commitment reflects Shell Marine’s confidence in the potential for growth in its international marine lubricants business.”
Shell Marine lubricants can now be ordered through Shell Marine’s International Customer Service Centre for direct delivery to Auckland, Tauranga, Gisborne, Lyttelton (Christchurch), Napier, New Plymouth, Port Chalmers, Wellington and Whangarei.
The Shell Marine network update has also seen new ports opened in.
In the emerging markets segment, Shell Marine has added the port city of Medan in Indonesia to its direct delivery network, augmenting existing arrangements in Jakarta and Surabaya.
It has also Seville in Spain and Coronel in Chile to the company’s marine lubricants global port network.
To date, Shell Marine lubricants is available in more than 700 ports in 60 countries.
Photo credit: Shell Marine
Published: 9 May, 2018
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