Disruptions in the supply chain, rising commodity costs, and economic instability as a result of the global epidemic and geopolitical tensions are just some of the problems that the energy sector has been facing in recent years.
Shell Lubricants APAC has grown faster than its competitors in the Asia Pacific area. This is despite the difficulties the company has faced. The organisation has been successful because of its proactive approach to problem solving, its well-defined allocation rules, and its methodical approach to minimising risk. There will be an 18% increase in volumes in 2020, and an 11% increase in 2021, since the company has built a dynamic cost and pricing management system and introduced new means of selling and delivering items to its consumers.
Shell Lubricants Asia Pacific is thriving under Vice President Mansi Madan Tripathy’s direction. She promotes the company’s long-term success and gives her staff the authority to achieve remarkable outcomes. Productivity and decision-making have benefited from her emphasis on digital solutions and predictive technologies, as well as staff involvement. Despite the slow growth of the industry (1.8% CAGR), Shell Lubricants APAC has maintained a dominant 9% share under Tripathy’s leadership. And compared to 2016 baselines, it has cut its carbon intensity by 33%.
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According to Tripathy, many of the region’s emerging nations are still hampered by inadequate grid networks, unsupportive laws and regulations, and insufficient government resources. Shell Lubricants provides high-performance lubricants, a carbon-neutral portfolio, and distinctive services, such as waste oil management, to help its clients face these issues head-on and boost their productivity.
Tripathy has guaranteed that her staff is engaged and driven to provide the best possible outcomes for the organisation. By placing a premium on employee engagement, mental wellness, and career progression, Shell is all set to roll.
Overall, the company has been able to weather the turmoil in the energy industry thanks to Tripathy’s leadership and the company’s emphasis on resilience, sustainability, and innovation.
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- What are the challenges facing the energy sector?
Disruptions in the supply chain, increased commodity costs, and economic instability as a result of the pandemic and geopolitical tensions are just some of the difficulties facing the energy business.
- How has Shell Lubricants APAC been able to sustain its leadership in the Asia Pacific region?
By investing heavily in risk assessment and mitigation strategies, instituting a dynamic cost and pricing management system, and pioneering novel approaches to product sales and distribution, Shell Lubricants APAC has been able to maintain its leading position.
- What is Mansi Madan Tripathy’s leadership approach?
Through an emphasis on digital solutions, predictive technologies, and employee engagement, Tripathy pushes for sustainable business growth and encourages her team to create extraordinary outcomes.
- What are some of the initiatives that Shell Lubricants APAC has implemented to reduce its carbon intensity?
Through energy saving measures, including providing high-performance lubricants in a carbon-neutral portfolio, Shell Lubricants APAC has lowered its carbon intensity by 33% compared to its 2016 baselines.