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- G-ENERGY BRAND SYNTHETIC ENGINE OILS GOT MERCEDES-BENZ OFFICIAL APPROVAL
G-ENERGY BRAND SYNTHETIC ENGINE OILS GOT Mercedes-Benz OFFICIAL APPROVAL
26 FEBRUARY 2019
G-Energy Synthetic Long Life 10W-40, produced by Gazpromneft-Lubricants, a subsidiary of Gazprom Neft, has received an official Daimler AG Corporation MB-Approval 229.3 (Mercedes-Benz).
New G-Energy Synthetic engine oil, developed on the basis of its own group III base oils (API classification) is designed to provide enhanced oxidation resistance which results in significantly long lasting service life.
Brand new engine oil has been tested for 6 months in the leading independent European and American laboratories. The analysis included engine and bench-scale investigation, laboratory and physicochemical testing, and justified the products’ high-quality and competitive advantage comparable with the best world equivalents.
Alexander Trukhan, General Director of Gazpromneft-Lubricants: “Our company’s key priorities are production and technological development as well as cooperation with the world’s leading automotive and industrial equipment manufacturers. We studiously monitor emerging industrial trends and consider them in our manufacturing process. The Mercedes-Benz approval acquisition for our new synthetic product line G-Energy Synthetic is not solely the recognition of our scientific and research center expert’s achievements, but of our whole team, that actively participated in the product creation and market launch”.
Daimler AG is a German multinational automotive corporation, headquartered in Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg. At present, Daimler owns shares in Daimler Trucks (100 %), Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation (85,0 %), Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation (50,1 %), European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company (EADS) (22,4 %), Tognum AG (22,3 %), KAMAZ (15,0 %), Tesla Motors (10,0 %), Tata Motors Ltd (7,0 %), and 3,1 % of Renault-Nissan alliance. The corporation also owns 100% shares of Mercedes-Benz and Mercedes-Benz Vans Group.
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