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Puma Energy Introduces New Line of Lubricants

By on June 28, 2016

SAN JUAN – Puma Energy has launched new high-performance lubricants that exceed automotive and industry specifications using technology approved by all major original equipment manufacturers, the company announced.

The new lubricants provide improved protection and lower fuel consumption, which translate into greater benefits for drivers as well as productivity for businesses of different industries such as agriculture, construction, light and heavy transport, and the business-to-business market in general, according to the oil company.

“Our focus lies in guaranteeing our industrial clients, businesses, and consumers the best lubricants in the market to reduce operational costs and provide better performance. For this reason we have invested in advanced molecular technologies to offer unique lubricants which respond to the distinctive needs and objectives of key segments,” Govert Spit, global head of lubricants at Puma, states in the company’s news release.

lubricants PumaPuma’s lubricants have undergone a brand overhaul and have a new image.

Consumers can acquire any of the lubricants through local outlets and through its network of more than 1,240 service stations in 10 countries where it operates within Latin America, as well as its network of over 2,300 service stations around the world.

The new line is a part of Puma’s strategy to become one of the leading brands in the industry.  

Based in Singapore, the company has regional hubs in Johannesburg, South Africa; San Juan, Puerto Rico; Brisbane, Australia; and Tallinn, Estonia. It counts on more than 7,650 employees.

Puma’s core activities in the midstream sector include the supply, storage and transportation of petroleum products. Its downstream activities include the distribution, retail sales and wholesale of refined products, with additional offerings in the lubricants, bitumen, LPG and marine bunkering sectors.

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