Shell UAE, Dulsco to boost sustainability drive
The agreement will focus on supplying a sustainable solution, which aims to decrease the carbon footprint from Dulsco’s fleet operations.
Shell Markets Middle East (Shell UAE) has signed a sustainability driven agreement with Dulsco, recently. The agreement was signed by Shell’s Lubricants general manager, Azmat Jafri and Dulsco chief executive officer, David Stockton, alongside the virtual attendance of the leadership team from both sides.
Aligning with both companies’ strong sustainability agendas, the agreement will focus on supplying a sustainable solution which includes fuel economical synthetic technology engine oil which aims to decrease the carbon footprint from Dulsco’s fleet operations.
Jafri said: “Since sustainability is a priority for Shell globally, we are looking forward to a long term collaboration with Dulsco providing excellence through our sustainable products and cutting-edge technology.”
Shell has been a leading global lubricants supplier for the past 14 years and operating in the UAE market for the past 80 years. The company offers a complete portfolio with the technology leadership of the ‘Gas to Liquid” based products serving all industrial sectors.
“As part our commitment to sustainability, we were keen on choosing a responsible partner who will help us reduce the environmental impact of our fleet’s operations,” added Stockton.
Dulsco, is a homegrown UAE-based organisation, with 85 years of experience in the region and 11,000 employees, providing integrated environmental solutions and manpower solutions to over 2,500 customers across the GCC. As a leader in the Environmental Solutions sector, Dulsco is also appointed as the official waste management partner of Expo 2020 Dubai, working towards the achievement of 85 per cent diversion of waste from landfill. — email@example.com
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