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Castrol oils return to Ugandan market

Castrol oils return to Ugandan market

Rubis Energy Uganda and Castrol have joined forces to reintroduce Castrol oil lubricant products to the Ugandan market after an extended absence. This collaboration signifies a significant development in the lubricants industry, as it will make Castrol oils and fluids available to a wide range of market segments, including automotive, motorcycle, commercial vehicle engines, as well as industrial, marine, technology, and innovation applications. These products will be distributed through Rubis Energy Uganda’s extensive network of 54 fuel stations across the country.

Castrol, a globally recognized brand known for its commitment to quality, innovation, and high performance, has a strong reputation in the field of liquid engineering, dedicated to optimizing engine performance.

Ed Savage, Castrol East Africa General Manager, highlighted the timeliness of this partnership, emphasizing the demand from customers for oil products tailored to their everyday mechanical needs.

Furthermore, Castrol offers a user-friendly car engine oil finder tool designed to assist customers in selecting the right oil for their specific needs. This tool simplifies the decision-making process, providing customers with various options and helping them make informed choices in accordance with their vehicle’s manufacturer specifications.

Olivier Gatera, the Country Manager of Rubis Energy Uganda, underlined the commitment to delivering top-quality products and experiences to their customers. By strategically partnering with renowned brands like Castrol, the company aims to provide customers with access to an extensive range of premium-quality lubricants. Castrol’s innovative products cater to the needs of drivers, riders, and various industries.

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