RUBiS energy launches Castro branded lubricants

 RUBiS energy launches Castro branded lubricants

By CHINOYI CHIPULU
Barely three months after announcing their presence on the Zambian market, RUBiS Energy Zambia have launched Castro branded lubricants which will be available at their service stations across the country.

RUBiS launched its operations in Zambia in May this year, after successfully acquiring Kobil and Samfuel Service Stations.

The new lubricant is expected to meet the diverse customer needs across various market segments including automotive, industrial, mining, marine and other specialized applications.

RUBiS Energy Zambia Managing Director Vincent Fleury said in a statement that the launch of the branded lubricants is part of their commitment to offering quality, innovative and high-performance products.

“As a purpose-led brand, we aim to consistently pioneer and deliver innovative products such as Castrol lubricants which anticipates and meets customers’ needs. This culture helps us to shape the way we do business today even as we take the time to understand the challenges our customers are facing, and seek partnerships to achieve better solutions,” Mr Fleury said.

He described Castrol Lubricants as reliable in providing maximum protection and performance, which is what the modern and current consumer needs.

He said with the new product rollout, the company is poised to provide oils, fluids and lubricants for every driver, rider and industry.

“The best mechanics care about the oil that goes into their customers’ cars and motorcycles. They understand that not every 0W-20 or 10W-30 is the same because engine oil is more than just a commodity,” Mr Fleury said.

He said the company is committed to delivering quality products and services to other business sectors such as industry, agriculture, aviation and road infrastructure development.

Alice Nachilembe

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Alice Nachilembe is a Journalist who yearns for a better country with leaders being accountable to their mandate without oppressing the governed.