Schaeffler India’s Automotive Aftermarket division launches automotive lubricant range

Industrial and automotive supplier Schaeffler India’s Automotive Aftermarket division today announced the launch of lubricant product range under the Schaeffler TruPower brand. It includes complete range of engine oil, transmission oil, grease, coolant, hydraulic oil and shock absorber oil. Schaeffler has a long-standing reputation for providing customers with innovative solutions and top-quality products.

The company said that Schaeffler TruPower lubricants are now available in various convenient sizes at authorized distributors across the country. It offers wide & comprehensive range of lubricants formulated to maximise the efficiency, performance and longevity of petrol & diesel engines.

“We always want to come up with a unique & complete solution for aftermarket customers. We find lubricant is a perfect value addition for our installers who are already using our transmission, engine and chassis products. Our program is extensive in range and covers updated specifications including those of latest BS VI range. I thank my team for working very hard to develop this exciting new range,” Debasish Satpathy, Vice President Automotive Aftermarket, said.

He further elaborates, “Quality oil was our priority; thus, the lubricants have been formulated and developed using the same expertise which goes into manufacturing of our known & trusted brands, i.e. LuK, INA & FAG. The new lubricant will give vehicle owners great peace of mind and comfort while driving on city roads, national highways, rural farms or mine roads.”

Today’s vehicles need a lubricant that keeps pace with their changing demands and does more to improve performance and engine life. Schaeffler TruPower offers new generation of lubricants formulated from world class base oils along with top range of additives. The new high-performance range of Schaeffler TruPower lubricant offers superior performance in non-stop protection required to extends the life of engines and transmissions.

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