Exol Lubricants has raised more than £225 for The Brain Tumour Charity as part of its continued 2016 fundraising initiatives. The supplier is continuing to support its employees’ healthy living fundraising activity with members of staff announcing their intentions to live healthier lifestyles while supporting various charities.
Exol Lubricants has adopted Scania’s Fleet Management Services. The delivery management system includes informative telematics to help increase the productivity of Exol’s fleet and improve fuel economy. The installed hardware provides the fleet’s complete data, allowing the company to improve driver performance by acting on any issues such as coasting, heavy braking or idling. This has been known to save up to 10 percent in fuel economy. It also provides Exol with easy access to the information through its personalised FMS portal available in a free smart phone app.
Exol Lubricants has unveiled ‘Lube Shuttle’ an exclusive patented system of 400g cartridges designed to allow complete use of lubricating grease without leaking onto equipment, tools and clothing. The new system offers the most advanced technology for easy, quick and absolutely clean manual lubrication.
Exol Lubricants has recently added a new barge, “Exol Pride,” to the North East Waterways, which will transport raw materials from Hull to its bulk blending plant in Rotherham. Exol has been a long term user of the waterways, leading the oil and lubricants market by using an environmentally friendly option while transporting large loads. The company has been commended for its reduction in carbon footprint and has even featured in ITV’s Barging about Britain, hosted by John Sergeant.
Exol Lubricants has introduced an additional fully synthetic, fuel-efficient engine oil, Optima Vimax 0W-20, to its product range, as well as launching Optima LSF 0W-30, a fully synthetic, low SAPS engine oil.
Exol Lubricants has introduced an additional eight-head Masterfil filling machine at its Wednesbury facility, enhancing the efficiency and production capacity of small pack products. The Adelphi Masterfil is designed to offer flexibility of filling volumes, handling both low and high viscosity liquids. The machine’s adjustable nozzles enable the fill of products with variable speed filling capacity.
Exol Lubricants has outlined more investment at its West Midlands head office and production facility. “With the objective of increased site efficiency, we will continue to provide an exceptional working environment that is capable of delivering the highest quality products and service to customers in the UK and abroad,” the company states.
Exol Lubricants has received the highly-sought Scania Low Ash approval on its Taurus Euro FE 5W-30 engine oil product. Exol says this recent endorsement highlights the company’s commitment to providing its customers with the most reliable, advanced and approved products, as well as offering exceptional service.
Exol Lubricants’ new generation, fully synthetic, multigrade engine oil, Optima LSG 5W-30, has been upgraded to a more advanced additive package to now include all Mercedes-Benz diesel cars fitted with a Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF).
Exol Lubricants has launched Autotrans DCT, a fully synthetic, multi-vehicle, dual clutch transmission fluid (DCTF). Autotrans DCT offers many benefits in comparison to other dual clutch transmission fluids as it provides superior anti-judder performance, exceptional elastomer compatibility and outstanding low temperature fluidity. In addition, it is highly shear stable, has high levels of thermal and oxidative stability and also has excellent anti-wear properties.
Exol Lubricants has completed the latest £2.5 million redevelopment of its 120,000sqft Wednesbury production facility, which has seen the introduction of a new warehouse, new laboratory and fleet wash facility.