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Lubricants Total and CCCC Enter into Agreement to Strengthen Business Relationship

| Editor: Ahlam Rais

Through this agreement, both the firms will benefit from new commercial businesses across the globe. Under the contract, Total aims to provide innovative energy solutions to support CCCC’s business.

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With this new agreement, Total will work towards being CCCC’s preferred partner on a much larger scale.
With this new agreement, Total will work towards being CCCC’s preferred partner on a much larger scale.
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Paris – Total and China Communications Construction Company (CCCC) have recently signed a mutual preferred supplier agreement to extend their existing relationship to a worldwide perimeter. CCCC, a fully integrated engineering company, and Total, a global integrated energy producer and provider, are both key players in their respective fields with an extensive presence around the world.

Total currently supplies CCCC with fuels and lubricants, mainly in Africa, while CCCC‘s expertise ranges from design to construction, including financing, civil works, onshore and offshore work, pipeline construction and dredging.

With this new agreement, Total and its affiliates will work towards being CCCC’s preferred partner on a much larger scale, by offering tailored solutions for its projects worldwide.

Total therefore intends to provide flexible, innovative and effective energy solutions to support CCCC’s rapidly growing business. This could include storage facilities, technical support for Total products and a wide range of digital tools, including the Optimiser, to help CCCC reduce its total cost of ownership.

Total and CCCC’s complementary geographical footprint will allow both companies to develop new commercial prospects, whether as a customer or supplier of the other. This strategic partnership will provide CCCC and Total with a wide range of opportunities in Africa and beyond. The partners will work together at both the local and global level to address their future market and technology challenges.

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