The first week of September saw 50,000 visitors from around the world descend on Hamburg, Germany for SMM, a huge maritime tradeshow featuring 2,289 exhibitors.
Total Lubmarine and Total Marine Fuels Global Solutions joined forces to provide advice to ship operators facing the
With the power plant market an important sector for Total Lubmarine, the CARILEC Engineers Conference & Exhibition is a useful event to meet customers and make new contacts from the Caribbean and Latin American electricity market.
Taking place at Port of Spain in Trinidad this
“Complex” is a word often used to describe shipping operations. Total Lubmarine customer, Flumar Brazil, part of the Odjfell Group, runs extremely complex operations, transporting bulk liquids to customers up and down the Brazilian coast as well as into Argentina, Chile and the USA
At Total Lubmarine, customer-centricity is at the heart of everything we do. Whether it is delivering innovative products, providing useful solutions and services, or offering helpful advice and guidance – we are always there to support our customers.
This is something that our
In 2013, international marine lubricant supplier Total Lubmarine secured a contract to supply lubricating oil to the Miraflores power plant in the Panama Canal – an installation located near the existing locks, a few miles from Panama City. Following this success, Total Lubmarine was also
Reflecting both its history of quality and its position as a leading global marine lubricants provider, a journey aboard Total Lubmarine’s new website echoes the modern industry and the expectations of its visitors and customers. Customer-centric oriented, connected and contemporary
Total Lubmarine has been selected to provide CAPRANO TDI 15W40 to the U.S. Coast Guard’s (USCG) Sentinel Class Fast Response Cutters (FRCs), a specialised lubricant that will protect their main engines and reduction gears in an array of operational conditions.
In May of 2017,
The new Total Lubmarine Hamburg office sits in the heart of one of Europe’s biggest shipping cities. Opened in January 2018, following its relocation from the southern suburbs, the office allows closer connections than ever before with the countless owners and managers based in the centre
In a bid to remain at the forefront of a changing shipping sector, Taiwan’s Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) has announced a low-sulphur fuel oil regulation for ships entering its international ports. The new rule, announced on 11 January 2018, will go into effect on 1