Spain: Cepsa Redesigns Lubricants & Coolants Packaging

Spain: Cepsa Redesigns Lubricants & Coolants Packaging

Cepsa has come out with its latest design for packaging for all its lubricants and coolants ranges, presenting the packaging as attractive as possible, making it easier for customers to identify products.

The new scheme offers considerable advantages, posing better resistance, and handling, while sustaining ideal condition of the product.

The design of an innovative image classified by colors making the product more easily identifiable was the result of continuous search for effective solutions. To make the product information easier to comprehend, the labeling for these products has been reviewed to include new symbols and technical information.

As it includes two support points on the upper section, the new packaging, which has passed rigorous physical and digital testing, is more resistant. The new design distributes weight better, and optimizes storage and transport space, in addition to offering customers a leak-proof guarantee. Made with 30% recycled plastic, the packaging is sustainable and reflects the company's commitment to reducing its environmental impact.

Complementing its XTAR range is the introduction of two new synthetic lubricants in its premium range (0W20 ECO V IV y 0W30 ECO F), which are more efficient and sustainable, and developed specifically for some of the most advanced and widely sold diesel and fuel engines in the market.

Since 1950, the Company has a diversified portfolio of lubricants, base oils and paraffin waxes, which it commercializes in over 80 countries. A leading company in the production of finished lubricants and base oils in Spain, Cepsa has two specialist plants in San Roque (Cadiz) and in Paterna (Valencia), which also manufacture hi-tech coolants. Products are exported to Europe and other growth markets such as Latin America, the Middle East, North Africa and Asia. A contract with GP Global for the production and marketing of marine lubricants in India has been signed of late. PWKD02102018

Last modified onThursday, 04 October 2018 19:59
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