ENOC’s marine lubricants to be distributed by Royal Marine Services in Egypt

ENOC Group has signed a three-year agreement with Royal Marine Services in Egypt to distribute a wide range of ENOC’s marine lubricants. The agreement is aimed at boosting ENOC’s lubricants presence in Egypt’s thriving market.

The marine lubricants’ industry in Egypt is growing at a steady pace with annual transactions, covering local and international lubricants, at over 24 million litres, making Egypt a lucrative maritime market. ENOC has been strengthening its presence in Egypt with strategic partnerships to expand the Group’s footprint.

Saif Humaid Al Falasi, Group CEO, ENOC, said: “Over the years we have strived to establish a strong presence across local and international markets to offer our customers a diverse portfolio of lubricants. Our latest partnership with Royal Marine Services is another milestone as we continue to support the overall growth of the maritime and shipping sector at an international level.”

ENOC Group supplies lubricants to a wide range of marine vessels such as offshore supply boats, container liners, tankers, navy and coastguard ships. It also provides a portfolio of lubricants and greases designed for applications in industrial and marine sectors, as well as heavy-duty diesel engines and commercial use.

ENOC Group’s marine lubricants portfolio is distributed in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Bahrain, Kuwait, UAE, Kenya, Djibouti, Mauritania, Togo, Ghana, South Africa, Spain, Namibia, Greece, Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Egypt, Tanzania, Cameroon, Senegal, Congo, Angola, Cote d’ Ivoire and Gabon.

While ENOC Misr, a joint venture between Proserv Egypt Group and the UAE’s Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC), will also be handling the local marine market, Royal Marine Services will manage the International marine market for ENOC Group.

Established in 2007, Royal Marine Services specialise in fuel, lubricants, operational and financial solutions to the maritime and energy trading industry around the world.