Eni To Launch New Lubricant Products for the Region

Eni To Launch New Lubricant Products for the Region

OneShift Editorial Team
OneShift Editorial Team
05 Apr 2012

Eni has launched new eni-branded product lines for its Asia Pacific distribution network, through the mega-distributor Italco.

The new lubricant lines available cover many applications, including passenger vehicles (eni i-Sint), motorbikes (eni i-Ride), heavy duty diesel vehicles (eni i-Sigma), gear oils (eni Rotra) and ATF. Moreover, a full range of industrial lubricants has been launched to meet the many demands from the market.

All product lines have been specifically designed to cover almost all technical requirement of the huge and fragmented market of the Asia Pacific region.

The products in the new lines will be produced in Singapore and in eni’s European

For more than 30 years, eni has been selling Agip-branded lubricants in Asia Pacific and is now starting to implement its rebranding strategy in this region.

Eni is a leader in high technology for lubricants as demonstrated by its past history and current partnership with leading automotive and motorbike racing teams.

Eni has been the Ferrari F1 team’s technical partner of for 23 years under the Agip brand, and today it is the exclusive fuel and lubricants supplier for moto2 and moto3 classes of motoGP world championship, and the supplier of the Ducati private teams in the motoGP championship. Eni is also the official supplier of the Superbike world championship and official partner of Piaggio Group, the biggest motorbike manufacturer in Europe.

Eni has its own fully integrated system in lubricants and owns R&D facilities for technology development in lubricants, base oils and additives.

Credits: wilswong

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