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Petronas becomes Lubricants Partner for Tata Motors

Written by Nayak

Petronas Lubricants (India) Pvt. Ltd (PLIPL) and Tata Motors have announced their new partnership today. As a part of this, Petronas Lubricants has now become a strategic lubricants partner for Tata Motors’ Commercial vehicles. Both companies will aim to make the most of this partnership to help elevate themselves.

Petronas also talked about the partnership’s holistic nature, which pertains to the supply of lubricants. But this also marks progress in the Research and Development of new lubricants tailored to Tata Motors’ evolving needs. Furthermore, this partnership will increase the accessibility of Tata Motors Genuine Oil to more customers at affordable prices. Tata Motors Genuine Oil is a unique oil formulated by Tata Motors. The use of this oil enhances the vehicle’s performance and fuel efficiency, thus enabling long duty cycles and higher uptime. This alliance will ensure this high-quality oil is available at all Tata Motors’ authorised workshops across India.

Petronas Lubricants International – A Brief Overview

Petronas Lubricants International (PLI) is the global lubricants manufacturing marketing arm of Petronas, which is the national oil corporation of Malaysia. Set up back in 2008, Petronas Lubricants International manufactures and markets a full range of high-quality automobiles and industrial lubricants. It has its presence in over 100 markets globally, with its headquarters in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. As of now, PLI is among the top 10 lubricant companies in the world.

Furthermore, PLI has its marketing offices in 28 countries, managed through regional offices in Kuala Lumpur, Beijing, Turin, Belo Horizonte, Chicago and Durban. The key focus is to drive an aggressive business growth agenda to secure its position as a leading global lubricants company. With the increasing number of vehicles in the world and sales volume hitting new highs, Petronas also aims for a bigger piece of the sales pie.

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