A year and 3 months in to IMO 2020 and we are already seeing how the transition is shaping a cleaner industry. New internal combustion engines (ICEs) that are readily available across the shipping industry are being designed to match the targets on GHG emissions from the international shipping
Given recent experiences with fluctuating oil prices, a pandemic, and increasing geopolitical tensions, people around the world have learned to expect the unexpected. With continued challenges across all energy and shipping sectors, Total Lubmarine continues to provide reassurance globally to
The development of low sulfur fuels through the introduction of IMO2020 has been the most significant change to the way in which the global fleet has been powered since the introduction of the diesel engines in the maritime industry a little over 100 years ago.
As 2020 has come and almost
Total Lubmarine has won a contract with Bahamas Power & Light (BPL) following a joint bid made through our distributor RUBiS Bahamas.
RUBiS Bahamas is accredited with the award as sole lubricants supplier for BPL for the next 3 years with an estimated consumption of 4.000t of cylinder
Whilst the use of low sulfur fuels has clear environmental benefits, what the transition to IMO2020 has highlighted is that it has not come without its issues for modern marine engines and in turn for vessel operators.
Through the findings of collective research including the BIMCO 2020
Engine Cleanliness is critical for any fleet operator. Achieve this and you will help protect the engine and especially the ring pack, which in turn will prevent costly engine damage, downtime and repair.
When it comes to engine cleanliness, effective lubrication of the engine has a key
Achieving the right level of two-stroke engine cylinder lubrication offers multiple benefits for vessel operators. For not only can you enjoy LOFR, OPEX control savings and increased safety margins, but you will also help prevent costly engine damage.
This is however easier said than done
In a recent interview with Cruise & Ferry magazine, our General Manager – Robert Joore – explains why Total Lubmarine’s lubrication products help cruise and ferry operators to achieve optimal engine performance and cleanliness.
Robert talks about the ‘here and
Three months in to the new IMO 2020 regulations and it is evident shipping's new operating regime has led to a hefty yet largely successful transition for the industry.
Whilst the move to cleaner fuels and fewer emissions seems to be working well, various blends have created challenges