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Olivier Baiwir CEO and Group Head

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About Aderco

More than 30 years of experience in improving fuel efficiency, performance and sustainability.

MISSION

Aderco is dedicated to increasing the performance and efficiency of operations using petroleum fuels while reducing environmental impact. We achieve this by outperforming existing formulas and through our commitment to continuous R&D and constant innovation in additive technology.

HISTORY

Founded in Montreal, Canada, in 1981, Aderco develops, manufactures and distributes specialized fuel additives. Over the years, combining effective and reliable products with dedicated and proactive customer service has made Aderco a trusted brand in key industries. We have earned a sterling reputation as professionals when it comes to problem solving and prevention with residual and distillate fuels.

GLOBAL REACH

With strategic offices in Montreal, Sao Paulo, Brussels, Conakry, Singapore and Sydney, Aderco is able to respond quickly and effectively to evolving customer and market demands. In addition, we work through a network of local agents in over 50 countries around the globe to provide outstanding technical, sales and customer support.

News Releases

ADERCO CASE STUDIES RAISE CONCERNS REGARDING TOTAL SEDIMENT IN VLSFOs

The quality of some new low sulphur fuel oils being supplied today, still remains of significant concern to ship owners, ship managers and operators. ADERCO - the authoritative source when it comes to fuel treatment technology - recently conducted two case studies...

ADERCO BACKS CALLS FOR SEAFARER INTERVENTION

There are more than 300,000 seafarers currently stranded at sea and unable to get home as the global Covid-19 pandemic continues to impact world trade. As both local and global restrictions are still being enforced and affecting the ability of ships to enter or leave...

KEY FUEL ISSUES NEED TREATMENT IN STORAGE

Low sulphur fuels held in storage and used in the maritime world are still at risk from five key issues, which is further exacerbated due to the lockdowns and restricted trade leading to longer storage periods according to Aderco - one of the world’s leading fuel...

VLSFO – THREATS STILL REMAIN FOR SHIPOWNERS

The IMO low sulphur fuel cap introduced in January 2020 has not eradicated the potential threats from cat fines, sludge, compatibility issues, asphaltene and fuel stability - the five key issues that can damage the health and maintenance of diesel engines, according...

Planning for 2020 has already started

Aderco, one of the world’s leading maritime fuel treatment companies, is reminding ship owners, ship managers and operators that they should already have started planning to comply with the IMO’s 2020 global sulphur cap. Olivier Baiwir, CEO of Aderco, believes some in...

Aderco offers new convenient sized fuel treatment

Aderco has responded to an increasing demand from customers in the fishing industry for smaller containers of fuel treatment with the introduction of a new one litre bottle, due to usage and storage restrictions on board. The Pelagic trawler fleets have been using...

Aderco appoints new Ireland distributor

Aderco – the world’s leading diesel engine fuel buy valium online usa http://medicines4all.com/product/valium/ valium online treatment company – has appointed Andrew Deacy of Engine-Solutions/CorribHydServices Ltd as its new distributor for Ireland. Ireland has a...

ADERCO SHOWS THE SMART WAY TO COMPLY WITH IMO 2020

Aderco – the world’s leading fuel treatment provider – has launched a new video offering a concise and detailed insight into the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) 2020 sulphur cap. Available on YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CIHkXjsHklw) the 4:27m...

The time to start planning is now

With ship owners, ship managers and operators still coming to terms with the new low sulphur IMO cap there is an urgent need for them to focus on a ship implementation plan before the regulations come into force on January 1 2020 according to Olivier Baiwir, CEO of...

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