Chevron at SHIPPING Insight 2017

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By MarEx 2017-09-06 12:00:53

With a raft of imminent legislation and continued downward pressure on costs, operators are looking for ways to future-proof their fleets and prepare for change without compromising performance. These key themes dominating the shipping industry form the agenda of Shipping Insight 2017, where Chevron Marine Lubricants will this year share their insights in to the future of marine products and technology.

Conference seminar with Monique Vermeire, Chevron Fuels Technologist

Regional Manager Mike Sarisky and Fuels Technologist Monique Vermeire will hold a pre-conference seminar and cocktail reception at the Shipping Insight conference on Monday, October 9, at the Stamford Marriott Hotel & Spa in Stamford, Connecticut. Topics addressed will include 2020 fuels, marine bunker challenges and lubricant optimization in today’s environment.

To reserve your place contact chevronmarine@chevron.com. Spaces are limited.

“We are focusing on being future-ready by addressing concerns around upcoming legislation and reassuring our customers and partners that we have the lubrication solutions, technological expertise and services to meet the challenges that lie ahead”

Ayten Yavuz, Regional Manager, Marine, for Northwest Europe and Americas

Chevron Marine Lubricants

Chevron Marine is a leading supplier of marine products dedicated to providing innovative and reliable solutions for today's shipping industry. Chevron Marine supply an extensive range of high performance products at over 700 worldwide ports, including 25 Chevron Hallmark Ports. Our lubricants, greases and coolants are backed up by industry leading FAST™ fluid analysis services and the knowledge of our world class technical teams. Committed to developing technology-led, cost-effective solutions and building strong customer relationships, Chevron Marine aims to be the partner of choice for the global marine community.

The products and services herein described in this press release are not endorsed by The Maritime Executive.