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Total Lubmarine's new Singapore blending plant starts pumping out products

MARINE lubricant company Total Lubmarine has announced that its new blending plant located at Tuas, Singapore has produced its first batch of products for the company. 

Total Lubmarine's new Singapore blending plant starts pumping out products
27 December 2015 - 22:38

Total Lubmarine's new Singapore blending plant starts pumping out products

MARINE lubricant company Total Lubmarine has announced that its new blending plant located at Tuas, Singapore has produced its first batch of products for the company. 

The facility is intended to cater more effectively to its growing Asian customer base given that the Asia-Pacific region accounts for 50 per cent of sales. 

With an annual production capacity of 310,000 tons, the blending plant has been built in conjunction with a new import/export jetty enabling raw materials and finished products to be easily unloaded/loaded to delivery and supply vessels.

Asia-Pacific general manager, Andrew Knox, said the bespoke jetty directly linked to the blending plant "has significantly reduced our production process lead times and enables us to respond to big surges in demand in a more agile manner".

The company has three 900 dwt double-hulled barges that are operated by its logistics partner Ocean Tankers and used to take on products at the Tuas jetty for delivery, taking advantage of the jetty's "independent pipelines and close proximity to the western sector and Jurong sector anchorages off Singapore," it said

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