LUKOIL’s synthetic motor oils will be used in diesel engines having a capacity of 1.5 kilowatt to 56 kilowatt, which can be employed in a range of industries.
LUKOIL has signed an agreement with AVTOTOR Holding to supply lubricants for the assembly-line priming of the small diesel engines of a new model range to the Kaliningrad automobile company. LUKOIL’s synthetic motor oils will be used in diesel engines having a capacity of 1.5 kilowatt to 56 kilowatt, which can be employed in a range of industries.
Alexander Sorokin, General Director of AVTOTOR Holding said, “In 2016, we began manufacturing AVTOTOR-branded low-powered engines for construction equipment, storage and farm machinery, load carriers and small vessels. AVTOTOR would like to see a broader supply network for quality components and materials required for the new project. LUKOIL was chosen as a supplier after the Russian-manufactured oil had been successfully tested in the new engines.”
Maxim Donde, General Director of LLK-International said, “We are pleased that AVTOTOR, Russia’s biggest multi-brand automaker, chose a LUKOIL lubricant of all others for the new project. Earlier, we had supplied lubes for the priming of some foreign-branded cars turned out in Kaliningrad. We hope that anytime soon we will offer to AVTOTOR other interesting options for cooperation.” PWKD07042017
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