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Shell Marine Products Siap Dukung Program Pembangunan Infrastruktur Maritim di Indonesia

Shell Marine Products (SMP) adalah salah satu pemasok pelumas kapal terkemuka di Indonesia yang didukung oleh pengalaman luas di industri perkapalan selama lebih dari 100 tahun.

Jakarta, 6 November 2015 – Seiring dengan rencana Pemerintah Indonesia untuk mengembangkan infrastruktur maritim, Shell Marine Products (SMP) Shell Marine Products (SMP) berharap untuk memperluas bisnisnya di Indonesia, dan melayani permintaan industri atas produk-produk berkualitas tinggi dan layanan teknis serta customer service kelas dunia.  Shell Marine Products (SMP) adalah salah satu pemasok pelumas kapal terkemuka di Indonesia yang didukung oleh pengalaman luas di industri perkapalan selama lebih dari 100 tahun

“Kami sangat antusias tentang inisiatif Pemerintah Indonesia untuk mengembangkan infrastruktur maritim dan kami berniat mendukung program tersebut lewat kerja sama dengan berbagai pemilik dan operator kapal. Kami berharap agar kapal-kapal yang mengarungi jalur baru ini dapat menggunakan jasa dan produk pelumas berkualitas kami, yang telah terbukti dan teruji oleh pelanggan kami di seluruh dunia,” ujar Jan Toschka, General Manager Shell Marine Products. 

Rencana Pemerintah membangun infrastruktur laut meliputi pembangunan jalan tol yang akan meningkatkan konektivitas antarpulau dan perbaikan mutu infrastruktur pelabuhan di wilayah kepulauan Indonesia. Bagian dari rencana tersebut meliputi pembangunan 24 pelabuhan komersial dan lebih dari seribu pelabuhan nonkomersial, serta pengadaan 83 kapal kontainer, 26 kapal muatan besar, dan 500 kapal penumpang pada 2019.1   

Di Indonesia, produk SMP telah menjangkau pelanggan di Balikpapan, Banjarmasin, Batam, Bitung, Cikarang, Cilegon, Jakarta, Makassar, Medan, Samarinda, Sorong, dan Surabaya melalui distributor khusus yang dapat mengantarkan produk dengan aman ke lokasi kapal sesuai jadwalnya. Distributor kami juga terlatih untuk memberikan jasa teknis dengan standar kelas dunia yang menjadi salah satu keunggulan kami.

SMP melayani lebih dari 10.000 kapal di dunia, mulai dari kapal tanker besar hingga perahu nelayan kecil di lebih dari 540 pelabuhan di 43 negara. Saran dan bantuan teknis yang kami berikan akan membantu pelanggan memaksimalkan penggunaan produk pelumas kami pada semua jenis mesin dan peralatan kapal. 

Pelanggan SMP juga memiliki akses 24/7 ke Pusat Layanan Konsumen Internasional/International Customer Service Centre (iCSC). Pelanggan juga dapat melacak pesanan mereka dengan mudah melalui aplikasi ponsel Shell Marine Products pada platform iOS dan Android, yang merupakan aplikasi pionir dalam industri ini.

1 Sumber: Bappenas

Catatan untuk Penyunting

  • SMP menawarkan dua jenis oli mesin kapal, untuk mesin 2 tak atau 4 tak, di antaranya Shell Alexia, Shell Argina, Shell Gadinia, dan Shell Mysella, dan pelumas untuk oli hidraulik, oli roda gigi, cairan pelumas tabung poros, oli kompresor, gemuk pelumas, dll. 
  • Selain produk berkualitas tinggi, SMP juga menawarkan berbagai jasa teknis, di antaranya Rapid Lubricants Analysis untuk jasa pemantauan kondisi oli, dan Rapid Lubricants Onboard Alert, sebuah alat portabel unik yang berfungsi menginformasikan angka pengukuran di atas kapal dan pencatatan kandungan besi magnetis pada oli dan gemuk pelumas.

PERTANYAAN:

Shell Marine Products Global:

Oliver Lim

+ 65 9727 8960                        

o.lim@shell.com

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