Shell lubricants available again

The Shell Lubricants brand is back in Bermuda after AMT Supplies Ltd was granted a licence to distribute the range of lubricants, greases and oils in Bermuda.

The products have not been available during a “brief distribution hiatus”, according to Pembroke-based AMT Supplies, which has secured the island distribution licence through Massey Machinery, which is the distributor of Shell Lubricants across the Caribbean region.

Joseph Vieira, president of AMT Supplies, said: “We are proud to have been chosen as the authorised local distributor for the Shell portfolio of lubricants. Shell Lubricants has been named the No 1 global lubricants supplier for 13 years in a row and is the global leader in providing technological innovation backed by expert technical services.”

Chevonne Raymond, Shell Lubricants sales manager at Massy Machinery, said: “Shell Lubricants are known, liked and have been trusted in the Bermudian market for decades and we wanted to ensure the benefits of this superior line of products are once again available for Bermudian residents to take advantage of.”

AMT Supplies is based on Canal Lane, Pembroke, and has a website at

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Published Oct 6, 2020 at 8:00 am (Updated Oct 5, 2020 at 9:08 pm)

Shell lubricants available again

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