EMMF Enhances Services

Monday, August 30, 2004
ExxonMobil Marine Fuels (EMMF) is expanding and further enhancing its services in the Mediterranean region. An additional chartered barge at Suez, ex-pipe capability at Fos and improved product availability at Augusta are the impetus behind this drive. Charles Amyot, EMMF's recently appointed Regional Manager for Southern Europe, says: "Vessels bunkering in the Mediterranean benefit from EMMF's facilities, which operate in a unique ports network. The strength of this network is built on the ExxonMobil pillars of service - safety, reliability and product quality."

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