BUNKER INDEX :: Price Index, News and Directory Information for the Marine Fuel Industry

« News Home
:: Monthly Archive

News Topics
:: Air Pollution
:: Agreements & M&A's
:: Alternative Fuels
:: BunkerBlog
:: Cargoes & Storage
:: Company News
:: Efficiency, Costs & Charges
:: Environment
:: Events
:: Financial
:: Fuel Quality & Testing
:: Lubes & Additives
:: Oil Spills
:: People
:: Port News
:: Projects
:: Regulation, Legal
:: Services, Products,Technology
:: Statistics & Research
:: Vessels

Regional Archive
:: Americas
:: Asia/Oceania
:: Europe
:: M.East/Africa

BUNKER INDEX :: Price Index, News and Directory Information for the Marine Fuel Industry
Home » News

ENOC Lubricants Marketing targets international growth

Company plans to enter new locations with tailored solutions and eco-friendly products.

Updated on 13 Jun 2016 19:33 GMT

ENOC Lubricants Marketing, a division of Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC), says it aims to strengthen its presence across international markets - an issue that was discussed at the ENOC Annual Distributors' Meet, recently held in Shenzhen, China.

At its 7th Annual Distributors' Meet, ENOC Lubricants Marketing highlighted its international expansion strategy with plans to enter new locations by offering tailored solutions that are designed to meet the requirements of diverse markets, and discussed the importance of sustainable practices and innovating to develop environmentally friendly products.

Saif Humaid Al Falasi, Group CEO of ENOC, said: "The driving force behind the success of ENOC Lubricants Marketing across international markets has been its focus on product differentiation and innovation and its ability to offer customers tailored products and solutions to address niche market needs. Despite the challenging global environment, we managed to record positive growth. We hope to continue building on this growth momentum through collaborations with our strategic partners."

With volume growth averaging 14 percent year-on-year over the last eight years, ENOC Lubricants is one of the fastest growing lubricants brands in the Middle East.

Zaid Alqufaidi, Managing Director, ENOC Marketing, said: "Our focus last year was to implement strategies to overcome the challenges arising from the volatile oil prices; enabling us to evolve as a stronger and more agile business. We achieved this not only through product innovation but also through the localisation of our blending and manufacturing processes. Today, in addition to state-of-the-art plants in Jebel Ali and Fujairah, we also have lubricants production arrangements in Morocco, Egypt, Ghana, Indonesia and Pakistan. This enables us to strengthen our supply chain efficiency and create added value for our customers."

ENOC Lubricants markets lubricants and greases that are designed to provide enhanced system protection and reduced maintenance costs for marine, automotive, industrial and other specialty products in the Middle East, Africa, South East Asia, the Indian Subcontinent and CIS countries.

In the marine fuels market, ENOC Global Marine supplies lubricants and provides technical support services to the international marine industry. Headquartered in Dubai, ENOC's marine lubricants division supplies in 80 ports across 16 countries. The division's product - STRATA marine lubricants - is designed for all types of marine main engines.

In Africa, ENOC Global Marine cover's some of Africa's key ports in Egypt, Nigeria, Angola, Ghana, Kenya, Morocco and Mauritania and now South Africa.

Last week, GAC announced an exclusive partnership between its bunker fuels trading arm, GAC Bunker Fuels, and ENOC Global Marine. Under the agreement, GAC Bunker Fuels has been appointed as ENOC's exclusive sales agent and distributor for marine lubricants in South Africa.

Related Links:

GAC and ENOC sign lubricant agreement in South Africa
United Arab Emirates

Latest News:

Oil and fuel oil hedging market update
Expect a volatile day as OPEC meets in Vienna to discuss policy
Coral Methane's conversion to LNG bunker vessel completed
First LNG bunkering of Fure Vinga in Amsterdam
Grimaldi opts for scrubbers and batteries, decides LNG retrofits 'not viable'
LNG bunker supplier Fenosa receives first Yamal LNG cargo
Shipbrokers Exeno Yamamizu and Fearnleys join SEA\LNG
Oil and fuel oil hedging market update
Port of Gdynia, PGNiG sign LOI to build LNG bunker barge
The day before the official OPEC meeting
Gulf of Mexico's first OSV hybrid power installation completed
CMA CGM's takeover of Containerships sees LNG advocates join forces

Page Links:

Latin America
Middle East
North America
North Europe
South Europe
Index Summary
Price Highlights
Cape Town
Las Palmas
New Orleans
Rio de Janeiro
Latest News
Middle East
Air Pollution
Agreements & M&A's
Alternative Fuels
Cargoes & Storage
Efficiency, Costs & Charges
Fuel Quality
Lubes & Additives
Oil Spills
Port News
Services, Products, Technology
Statistics & Research
Contact & Terms
Contact Us
Terms & Conditions
Privacy Policy
Upcoming Events