TM trading is the sole distributer for APSCO lubricating products in Egypt; APSCO is considered one of the leading private sector companies of this nature within the kingdom of Saudi Arabia. APSCO well-earned reputation stems from the distinguished services, technical support and strong commitment to its large customer base.
The Arabian Petroleum Supply company (APSCO) is the strategic ally of ExxonMobil in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia
In December 10, 1960, Agreement between HAACO and Socony Vacuum Mobil oil Inc. to establish a joint owned company to distribute lubricants in the Kingdom and to refuel airplanes at Jeddah airport.
On February 1st, 1961 a Memorandum of Association for the establishing of the Arabian Petroleum Supply Co. was signed between:
- Company “HAACO”, which owns 51% of the shares of the company.
- Company, “Mobil investment,” which owns 49% of the shares of the company.
Following an agreement signed between HAACO and ExxonMobil on July 19, 2007, HAACO bought ExxonMobil share in APSCO and as of January 1st 2007 APSCO ownership became 100% Saudi
Since Its establishment, APSCO’s vision is to be a world class organization and maintain its leading position in the regional market.
APSCO activities include marketing of Mobil lubricants, petroleum products, aviation fuels and marine bunkering. The majority of Mobil Lubricants marketed in Saudi Arabia, Yemen and Lebanon are locally blended. Our products and services cover the needed of a wide variety of segments: motorists, cement, oil & Gas, petrochemicals, marine, general manufacturing and many others. Our strong distributor’s network allows us to reach our customer base at their locations faster and easier.
APSCO operates its aviation fueling services in almost 21 national and international airports. APSCO is a long term supplier of aviation fuels to the national carrier, Saudi Arabian Airlines at several airports in the kingdom.
Also, APSCO provides bunkering and marine lubricants in several national and international ports on a 24 hours basis, utilizing a fleet of bunkering ships.