Exol Lubricants has launched a highly specialised low SAPS engine oil, one of the first on the market, specifically designed for modern Renault and Nissan diesel vehicles and covering ACEA C3 and C4 specifications.
Exol has announced the launch of its new website www.exol-lubricants.com. Fully optimised and mobile responsive, the site features a responsive layout and simplified navigational structure, which will also be multi-lingual for the company’s growing export client base, boosting its global appeal.
Exol has signed a new sponsorship deal with Newell & Wright Transport in this season’s British Truck Racing Championship (BTRC). Exol branding will feature on the side of the truck and most notably down the sleeves of experienced driver John Newell, brother of Newell & Wright’s director, Stephen and son of managing director Frank. Exol will also take advantage of entertaining customers on race days, seeing the truck in action.
For the second year running, Exol Lubricants has welcomed a new student on a 12-month placement with the company as part of its ongoing partnership with Aston University, offering invaluable insight into working with one of the leading lubricants businesses in the UK.
Exol has announced the introduction of an advanced lubricant designed to cover the latest Scania engines. Exol Taurus Euro FE Plus 5W-30 complies with the latest Scania specification LDF-4, covering heavy duty vehicle applications.
Exol, the UK’s leading independent lubricants company, has welcomed students to its headquarters in the Midlands to offer them insight into the lubricants market, as part of a new training initiative from Reaseheath College for people interested in entering the commercial vehicle and agricultural service and repair sector.
Exol, the UK’s leading independent lubricants company, has won the award for ‘CV Supplier of Excellence’ at the prestigious IAAF (Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation) Annual Award Ceremony 2018 held at the DoubleTree by Hilton, Milton Keynes on 6 December.
Exol has announced that one of its lubricants has recently received formal acknowledgement from Scania. Exol Taurus Euro FE Plus in SAE 5W-30 complies with Scania specification LDF-4, and forms part of its lubricants range, covering heavy duty vehicle applications.
The UK’s biggest independent lubricants company, Exol has begun its largest ever rebranding process. Customers are starting to see the new branding on a number of Exol ranges, many of which have been trademarked and have their own brand identity. The new look also includes a substantial product re-design of its one and five litre small pack range, which features new bottles and containers with Exol’s logo embossed on to the packaging.
Exol Lubricants, the UK’s largest independent lubricants blender, has introduced four new 500g grease cartridges to its extensive range of grease products, designed to allow complete use of lubricating grease without leakage.