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Addax Oryx joins Sealub Alliance Network
29/03/2010 - HONG KONG & GENEVA

Gulf Oil Marine – worldwide player in marine lubricants products and services and Oryx Oil & Gas SA, part of the Addax & Oryx Group based in Geneva – renowned and key player in the energy industry in Africa through its trading and downstream activities concluded a marine partnership for production and distribution of marine lubricants and services within the Sealub Alliance network.


Oryx Oil & Gas enjoys exclusive rights for production and distribution of Sealub Alliance marine lubricants products and services in Eastern and Western Africa, including Senegal, Ivory Coast, Togo, Nigeria, Kenya and Tanzania.


This partnership grants Oryx Oil & Gas a direct access to Sealub Alliance Marine Lubricants products and services in already more than 850 ports in 75 countries within the Sealub Alliance Network.


This marine partnership is a significant expansion of Sealub Alliance’s worldwide coverage. Addax & Oryx Group’s expertise in international trade and strong knowledge of the African continent for many years provides the Alliance and its own customers with a first class logistical services and a very well implanted organization in Africa. In producing high quality marine lubricants under the Sealub Alliance brand and technology, Oryx Oil & Gas achieves the Alliance objective of providing a common range of marine lubricants and full line of technical services for the Western and Eastern African marine markets.


Gulf Oil marine and Oryx Oil & Gas share the same values of professionalism and dedication to their customers and a passion for serving the Shipping Industry. As partners in the Alliance, they aim at providing the most expert assistance to their esteemed customers, through extensive geographical coverage, delivery knowledge, supply reliability, customer service and technical support. They are focused on being an excellent value proposition for ship owners and ship operators at all times, “always acting at the ship’s side”.


Sealub Alliance has additional plans to expand further their capabilities in Africa and establish a presence in even more countries. These actions are targeted to be completed in 2010.