ExxonMobil expands lubricant analysis with Singapore lab
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ExxonMobil expands lubricant analysis with Singapore lab

ExxonMobil opened a new test lab in Singapore on February 5, 2024 to augment its Mobil Serv lubricant analysis service for commercial customers.

The facility aims to ensure easy, quick access to insights that save time and costs while optimising uptime for machinery using Mobil-branded lubricants.

“The opening of the Singapore lab will augment our Mobil Serv Lubricant Analysis offer and help our customers to save time and money, while boosting equipment reliability and productivity,” said ExxonMobil Aviation and Marine Global Marketing Manager Glen Sharkowicz.

“It can save users as much as 66% of their sampling time, while providing the information they need to keep their equipment productive and minimise costly repairs.”

Mobil Serv combines algorithms and oil database analysis to deliver actionable recommendations from used lubricant samples. This helps users improve equipment reliability, efficiency and sustainability, the company said.

“Working with ExxonMobil has enabled PIL to monitor equipment health and optimise lubricant use across our fleet, thereby improving the cost-efficiency of our operations,” said Goh Chung Hun, head, Fleet Division, Pacific International Lines (PIL). “We are happy to see the setting up of this lab in Singapore and are confident that this will further facilitate a timely analytical service to support us in maximising our fleet’s uptime, contributing to PIL’s aim of ‘driving connectivity’ for our customers.”