£80,000 investment at lubricants blending plant

Published:  26 June, 2014

To cater for increasing product demand and changes to its European manufacturing strategy, Q8Oils reports it has completed an £80,000 investment at its lubricants blending plant in Leeds.The work included tank conversions and new calibration equipment to increase flexibility in its bulk storage and provide additional capacity.

The company says one factor that led to the investment was the decision to switch from importing base oils and additives from the continent, to bulk finished lubricants from its sister plant in Belgium.

Q8Oils sales director Gianluca Fenaroli says: “Europe is a core market for Q8Oils and we want to continue to increase our market share by providing high levels of service and quality products to our customers. The UK is key to this growth strategy, particularly at a time when it is emerging from the economic downturn faster than most of Europe.”

t: 0113 235 0555

e: marketing@Q8Oils.com

w: www.Q8Oils.co.uk

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