SMP now available in 56 countries

SMP continues to expand its global port network SMP continues to expand its global port network
Industry Database

Shell Marine Products (SMP) has continued to expand its global port network by adding 70 more ports to its distribution in the past year.

It has also expanded its operation in 14 countries, this means that products are now available at 604 ports in 56 countries.

“One of our goals as a business is to give our customers peace of mind.  We aim to do this via our consistently high quality products, our attentive technical and customer service, as well as making sure our customers can lift the lubricants they need in as many locations as possible,” said Jan Toschka, General Manager of Shell Marine Products.

He added: “They continue to be supported by our 24/7 International Customer Service Centre (iCSC) for any of their order delivery concerns as well as track their orders via our industry first Shell Marine Products app on their mobile devices.”

As of April 2016, SPM products are available in; Argentina, India, Japan, South Korea, Spain, Taiwan, UAE, UK and US.

A full list of products and ports they are available at can be found on the SMP website.

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