Lubmarine Extends Delivery Network to Cyprus

Tuesday, July 03, 2007
Marine lubricants supplier Total Lubmarine has extended its delivery network to include Cyprus. Lubmarine has signed an agreement with Navilub Limited whereby Navilub will blend and deliver throughout Cyprus the main products in Lubmarine's range of marine lubricants, including its industry-leading Talusia HR 70 cylinder oil, Atlanta Marine system oil and the Aurelia XL and Disola ranges of trunk piston-engine oils for engines running respectively on heavy fuel oil or marine distillates.

Products will be available in all major Cyprus ports, including Limassol, Larnaka, Vasiliko and Dhekelia. A barge facility is available for delivering Lubmarine's main grades via the 400 dwt Knight Star.

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