The availability of low Base Number (BN) lubes to be used in conjunction with Low Sulphur Fuel Oil (LFSO) has emerged as a key concern of Asia Pacific based ship management companies. That’s according to Mike Wong, Total Lubmarine’s Hong Kong based Technical Director, who held
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
Global marine lubricant provider Total Lubmarine has announced that it has received two No Objection Letters (NOL) from equipment manufacturer MAN Energy Solutions – in recognition of the effectiveness of two of its products. These latest NOLs re-affirm the close relationship between Total
This year’s Green Maritime Forum offered a comprehensive program, with expert speakers helping attendees to obtain the tools and practices to help them cultivate the most environmentally-friendly maritime businesses possible.
For Total Lubmarine, this was a chance to showcase their
As an intrinsic part of the Total Group, Total Lubmarine supports the 2020 sulphur cap – meaning that the global lubricant supplier is always researching solutions and developing products for the future. By engaging with the industry as much as possible, Lubmarine is also dedicated to
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,
Global marine lubricant provider Total Lubmarine has announced the introduction of a new grease product: BIO OG PLUS – an innovative addition to an already comprehensive Environmentally Acceptable Lubricant (EAL) range.
Specifically formulated for sensitive applications such as open
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
The Asian maritime industry is vital to the entirety of global shipping, with 50% of the world fleet owned or operated in Asia and 85% of global shipbuilding capacity based in the region.
Specifically focusing on the latest technological developments across the industry, the Asian Marine