ENOC Group on Jun 2017 has signed an agreement with Winspec Marine, a Singapore-based provider of freight-forwarding and logistics services.
The agreement enables Winspec Singapore to become a key distributor of ENOC Group’s marine lubricants in Singapore, enabling the expansion of the Group’s lubricants portfolio in one of its key markets.
In a press statement, Saif Humaid Al Falasi, Group CEO, ENOC, said: “Over the past four decades, we managed to establish a strong presence across local and international markets. Today, ENOC’s global marine lubricants operations span across 21 markets and over 80 ports, enabling us to offer our customers a diverse portfolio of lubricants.”
With the signing of this agreement, ENOC will be expanding its services to customers in the Far East, which will contribute to the overall growth of the maritime and shipping sector in that region.
ENOC supplies lubricants and provides technical support services to the international marine industry.
The Group has an extensive portfolio of application-based lubricants, each designed to address the specific challenge of achieving optimum performance for the shipping industry.
Since its inception in 2015, ENOC Global Marine (EGM) has managed to establish a strong presence across Africa, covering some of the continents’ key ports in Egypt, Nigeria, Angola, Ghana, Kenya, Morocco and Mauritania and Greece.
ENOC Global Marine has capabilities that allow the division to blend products locally in target markets, which in turn maximizes operational efficiency and ensures product availability in the local market.
ENOC’s high-quality STRATA marine lubricant and OEM-compliant products cover all types of marine engines, along with a complete range of products for other marine applications.
ENOC always highlighted its technical support competencies for customers in the international marine and shipping industry.
Its marine product portfolio; STRATA marine lubricants — covers all types of marine main engines along with a complete range of products for all marine applications and requirements.
According to the Global Marine Trends 2030 report, the volume of seaborne trade is expected to double from nine billion tons per year to an estimated 24 billion tons by 2030.