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Lubricant

Manufacturing and Marketing

The global lubricants demand is increasing, fueled by the increased automotive demand and growing manufacturing sector especially in the emerging economies. While the Middle East demand is dominated by the automotive sector, African and Asian economies demand is driven by industrial as well as automotive sector. Recognizing this market opportunity, ZAHARA GROUP has entered the manufacturing and marketing of grease and lubricants under the ‘LUBISLE’ Brand. 250000 MT per annum is under construction in the UAE & the production is expected to commence from 3rd quarter of 2016. The petroleum manufacturing & trading division of ZAHARA Group was launched as to leverage our production and distribution expertise.

The product portfolio is designed to meet a wide range of Automotive and Industrial requirements and will include Hydraulic Oils, Gear Oils, Engine Oils, Viscosity index improvers, Lithium grease and Calcium grease. A Grease & Lubricants manufacturing plant with a production capacity of 226,000 MT per annum is under construction in Hamariyah Free zone, Sharjah – UAE while another plant with a production capacity of 50,000 MT per annum is coming up in Jebel Ali Free Zone Dubai, UAE. Production is expected to commence in third quarter of 2015 at Jebel Ali.

The ZAHARA GROUP is also setting up a wide distribution network across Middle East, Asia and Africa. We believe that mutual trust and a long term partnership are essential elements for a successful business and strive for an equitable partnership with its distributors.

Storage Terminal

A Strategic Asset in Trade

In coming years, a large share of the petroleum products demand is expected to come from Asia, Middle East & Africa. As a result, trading hubs like UAE and Singapore will see increased transactional activity. To strategically upon leverage this opportunity; ZAHARA GROUP is setting up an ultra-modern storage terminal at Al Hamriyah port in Sharjah (United Arab Emirates) in close proximity to the Strait of Hormuz. The Oil storage terminal with a capacity of 75,000 cbm is expected to be operational in third quarter of 2016.

With a third of global oil exports passing through the region, the addition of oil terminal is set to take the trading capabilities of the firm to the next level. It brings enhanced flexibility in pricing, ability to fulfill bulk orders and meet fragmented distribution requirements. At the same time, the firm can now insulate itself much better from selling goods at suboptimal prices and also save on rentals during waiting period for making sales at better prices.