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Navigating the future – Highlights from David Hopkinson’s UKLA address

Navigating the future – Highlights from David Hopkinson’s UKLA address

David Hopkinson, Multisol CEO, in his capacity as UKLA President addressed the 350 strong audience at the 2019 UKLA Annual Dinner which took place at 8 Northumberland Avenue, London in early November. In his address to attendees from across the globe, he highlighted that political uncertainty, volatile geo-political and regulatory landscape and major transformation for […]

Heading for IMO 2020

Heading for IMO 2020

The new International Maritime Organization legislation on fuel sulphur will have a huge impact across the shipping and its associated industries. Watch video footage as Infineum fuels and marine lubricant experts, Steve Benwell and Marco Corradi, discuss the implications for industry stakeholders and explain their thoughts on future fuels and lubricant requirements. From 1 January […]

Merry Christmas from Multisol!

Merry Christmas from Multisol!

Merry Christmas from Multisol Europe Ltd. Please check with your customer service coordinator in relation to load dates over the festive period. Our office is closed 25th, 26th December and 1st January.

IMO 2020 a paradigm shift

IMO 2020 a paradigm shift

As IMO 2020 presents one of the greatest challenges to the industry in recent years, MULTISOL is well positioned to support refiners and improve their economics, utilising INFINEUM’s high quality range of cold flow and speciality additives to provide effective solutions in areas such as the transportation of crude and fuel components, asphaltene and wax […]

Multisol CEO addresses UKLA Annual Dinner guests

Multisol CEO addresses UKLA Annual Dinner guests

Multisol Group CEO David Hopkinson addressed guests attending the UKLA (United Kingdom Lubricants Association) Annual Dinner on 6th November in his role as the organisation’s President. The black-tie evening, for which Multisol was principal sponsor, brings together hundreds of the industry’s most influential individuals every year for dinner and an evening of entertainment, networking and […]

Are all lubricity products equal?

Are all lubricity products equal?

With such huge pressures on refiners to manage supply and demand imbalances, excacerbated by the increased demand for bio fuel products and the challenges of IMO 2020,  it is reassuring to know that MULTISOL, utilising INFINEUM’s proven world class range of products, is positioned to support refiners across the globe. Achieving the right outcome requires […]

Inside Multisol’s Laboratories

Inside Multisol’s Laboratories

MOSCOW “We provide a high value technical resource throughout the tender process and thereafter for fuel customers across the region.” Igor Preobrazhensky POZNAN “Our laboratory includes state-of-the-art test equipment for oil products and takes advantage of the technology of selecting fuel additives developed and perfected by process engineers from Infineum.” Kasia Grabowska For more on […]

Making Science Work: Our Moscow and Poznan laboratories

Making Science Work: Our Moscow and Poznan laboratories

Four years ago, Multisol and Infineum developed a strategic plan that would enable Multisol to secure a larger share of business by playing a greater role in the sales process and taking responsibility for the testing and product application activity. It demanded significant investment to create the infrastructure necessary in terms of a dedicated sales […]

Improving refinery economics

Improving refinery economics

Multisol has been appointed to provide the full range of additives for four European refineries. It is a major 2019 success story for the company and further demonstrates Multisol’s standing as a long term partner to the refining industry. It is the culmination of years of planning to reach this position where Refiners, looking for […]

Multisol supporting refiners to meet IMO 2020

Multisol supporting refiners to meet IMO 2020

The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) has ruled that, from 1 January 2020, marine sector emissions in international waters be drastically reduced. The current maximum fuel oil sulphur limit of 3.5 weight percent (wt%) will fall to 0.5 wt%,  a reduction in sulphur emissions of over 80%. “IMO 2020 will see the largest reduction in the […]

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