About Us

Al Mashreq Global: Fuelling Progress, Powering Growth

About Us

With over 16 years of experience in supplying base oil, having Aramco as its key supplier and advocate, Al Mashreq has developed today to be considered as a focal point of the industry and the region serving a multitude of countries. We are proud to have expanded our offerings to include Bitumen, working with ARAMCO, and supplying the first bulk bitumen cargo from Yanbu, Saudi Arabia in 2023, overcoming various local logistical challenges.
We exporting nearly 40,000 MT per year of base oil in the MENA region and Al Mashreq has dominated imports of this category in the region and has proven to be a major customer for Aramco. It is quickly gaining traction and plans to increase the volume of exports.

Al Mashreq has also recently established a lube blending factory in Umm Al Quwain in the United Arab Emirates with a capacity of 30,000 MT per year. Recently taking on UK based brand Cougar Lubricants as their exclusive manufacturer and distributor in the MENA region. Products include lubricants, greases, gear oils, compressor oils, hydraulic oils, and high performance lubricants. Al Mashreq stands ready to take on other brands with the goal to serve their needs and requirements.

Affirming its presence in Morocco, Al Mashreq had a fruitful relationship with Samir purchasing all their surplus production.

Future Visibility

Al Mashreq wants to be a leading example and a pioneer in base oil distribution in the region. With plans to supply the local market and fill the demand, Al Mashreq also sees its strategic location in Morocco can also serve the needs of its neighbors.

Driving shipping costs down, Morocco can host large storage facilities and become a distribution point for both continents; Europe and Africa.

Morocco has already built cutting edge industrial ports with world class service and handling that can be used as base oil terminals. Al Mashreq has already initiated
negotiations with Moroccan Port Authorities (Marsa Maroc) to acquire approximately 5,000 to 10,000 m² of land in Mohammedia Port to establish the storage facilities.

Future opportunities were also negotiated for possible expansions in TangerMed Port, Aljorf Port, and Nador Port.