Total Lubmarine and Asia-Pacific team within Polymer division at Total Refining & Chemicals and SAFT subsidiary took part in an International Coastal Cleanup (ICC) initiative at Siu Lam beach (Hong Kong) and helped collect over 300kg of waste this November. The three hour event was organized
Total Lubmarine has increased its global commitment to the next generation of seafarers through a new partnership with the Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education (IVE), which belongs under the Hong Kong Vocational Training Council (VTC). Through our Maritime Academic Support Program (MASP
Total Marine Fuels Global Solutions (TMFGS) and Pavilion Gas have recently signed Heads of Agreement to jointly develop a Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) bunker supply chain in the Port of Singapore. The agreement covers the shared long-term time charter of a new generation LNG bunker vessel to be
Total Lubmarine has recently won the latest tender from COSCO to lubricate for 4 Very Large Bulk Carriers (VLBC). The vessels will be built in COSCO SHIPPING Heavy Industry (Yangzhou) shipyard in China. They are designed to carry 400,000 DWT of goods each and will be sailing
Representatives from Lubmarine including Robert Joore, General Manager and Andrew Knox, Asia-Pacific General Manager joined Pacific International Lines (PIL) for the launch of their new build vessel – the 11 800 TEU container KOTA PERKASA in Shanghai.
Incorporated in Singapore in
Bringing together a host of the region’s most influential maritime companies and clients, last month’s Total Lubmarine Seminar in Luang Prabang, Laos saw the participation of partners from Japan, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia and New Zealand.
Delivering industry insights and
Marintec China is the largest maritime event in the Asia Pacific region, and an important date in the global maritime calendar. Between the 5-8 December 2017, companies were invited to exhibit their innovations, products and services – whilst engaging attendees with talks and insights on
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