Free Guide to Optimising Vessel Lubricants by Fathom

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Tuesday, July 23, 2013
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Fathom, the information specialists on maritime eco-efficiency, have launched a brand new, free publication series for the maritime industry.

The inaugural edition, entitled Fathom FOCUS: Choosing the Optimum Lubricant Solutions for Your Operation is a practical guide that gives operators and managers crucial support in understanding how they can reduce vessel operating costs and improve lubrication performance.
   
At over one hundred pages in length, this comprehensive publication critically and comprehensively examines lubrication solutions, from the formulation and chemistry of the products to optimisation methods to the current status of the market and regulatory pressures.
   
Alison Jarabo, Director, Fathom Shipping commented: “Owners and operators have told us that whilst our flagship publication, Ship Efficiency: The Guide plays an absolutely vital role giving them insight in to the entire market of ship efficiency solutions, there is still an information gap when it comes to even more detailed, practical guidance on specific issues.
   
In response to this need, this new publication series pinpoints exactly how to maximise efficiency and optimise operations in one specific area. The Fathom FOCUS guides are designed to address vital parts of vessel operation where efficiency gains can be made and educate the operators and managers on how to do this.
     
These topics are perhaps not particularly ‘sexy’ but absolutely crucial to efficiency in ship operations. This new publication series ensures that owners, operators and managers can easily access this important information wherever they may be in the world,” she concluded.
   
The inaugural publication, Fathom FOCUS: Choosing the Optimum Lubricant Solutions for Your Operation is available for free download from the Fathom website: www.fathomshipping.com/the-guides


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