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Total Lubmarine Resumes Full Service in Tianjin

September 1, 2015

 Marine lubricants and greases provider Total Lubmarine informs it has resumed all services based out of the Port of Tianjin following the deadly explosions that rocked the port August 12.

 
The company, which operates in more than 1,000 ports worldwide, said the explosions cause it only minor disruption as its warehouse and delivery agent facility remained undamaged, although the port’s customs building has been badly impacted.
 
Total Lubmarine’s services at the port, though fully resumed, are subject to four working days’ notice instead of three, and services for vessels calling at the port itself are subject to two working day’s notice – the same as before the explosions.
 
Total Lubmarine  said its delivery managers are in contact with all customers taking on lubricants at the port of Tianjin and nearby ports Caofeidan, Huanghua, Jing Tang, Qinhuangdao, Shanhaiguan and Tangshan.
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