September 07, 2022
In line with its plans to expand its global network and continue to meet diverse marine fuelling needs, ENOC Group today announced its participation at the 30th SMM 2022, taking place from 6 to 9 September 2022 in Hamburg, Germany.
Held under the patronage of German chancellor Olaf Scholz, SMM 2022, the leading international maritime trade fair, will witness the gathering of key industry leaders and players within the maritime sector from across the world in a live event post the pandemic. In line with its theme ‘driving the maritime transition’, they will focus on key discussions around the maritime energy transition, digital transformation, and climate change.
His Excellency Saif Humaid Al Falasi, Group CEO at ENOC, said: “SMM is a strong global platform that brings together key industry thought leaders from the maritime sector at a very important time when discussions around energy transition and climate change continue to be critical to supporting a sustainable future for all. At ENOC, we are committed to strengthening our global footprint by meeting the diverse marine fuelling needs while tackling industry challenges. Through our participation at SMM 2022, we will demonstrate our rich maritime heritage on a global stage by showcasing our marine offerings.”
This year, around 2,000 exhibitors and more than 40,000 visitors from over 100 countries are expected to attend SMM 2022. Held in eleven exhibition halls, SMM will cover the entire value chain of the maritime industry.
ENOC Group will be displaying its diverse range of marine lubricants along with displaying the newly launched ports designed to serve the fueling needs of marine customers in Hall B2.EG, Stand 327 from 6-9 September 2022 in Hamburg, Germany.
Recently, ENOC Group announced its Strata marine lubricants arm recorded 350% sales growth during the period of 2019 to 2021 citing its expanding global footprint and supply chain and distributors in key marine markets contributing to its substantial sales growth. Currently, ENOC’s Strata marine lubricants supply network covers 126 marine ports across 20 countries and has supplied 1,700 vessels with lubricants. In the last two years, ENOC has extended its network of indirect channel partners in key markets and has plans to expand its global Strata marine lubricants presence by adding 20 new ports to its existing network over the course of 2022.