- The agreement to sell ExxonMobil marine lubricants, which until now was limited to Spain, Portugal and Gibraltar, has been expanded to Morocco, a milestone for the business relationship
- As a result, Cepsa consolidates its role as authorized distributor of these lubricants for all vessel types with bulk supply capacity in the four ports of the Strait of Gibraltar: Algeciras, Ceuta, Gibraltar and Tangier
- The newly expanded collaboration will help ensure that vessel operators have greater access to ExxonMobil’s dedicated, high performance marine lubricants
The agreement, in addition to being extended for a decade in the countries where it already operated, allows ExxonMobil's marine lubricants to be additionally sold in the African country. Specifically, the entire range of oils will be distributed, including MobilGard™ products for engines along with dedicated formulations for hydraulic systems, gears and compressors, as well as greases. Sales will start from the port of Tangier to Casablanca and will be expanded to the rest of Morocco’s ports throughout 2023.
The agreement consolidates Cepsa’s role as authorized distributor of these lubricants for all vessel types with bulk supply capacity in Algeciras, Ceuta, Gibraltar and Tangier, the region's four main ports to carry out this activity.
Carlos Barrasa, Cepsa's Director of Commercial & Clean Energies, emphasized the importance of renewing this business relationship and the arrival in Morocco: