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Morris Lubricants Sees CV Show Return for 2016

One of the UK’s leading lubricant manufacturers is making a welcome return to this year’s Commercial Vehicle Show, after last year’s show saw the Shrewsbury-based blender secure significant supply deals with a number of well-known haulage and commercial vehicle fleet operators. 

2016 will see Morris Lubricants showcase their VERSIMAX brand, a range of OEM-approved heavy-duty diesel engine oils, and use the show as a platform for their latest fuel-efficient ECOTRANS gear and transmission oils.

Throughout the three day event at the NEC Birmingham from 26th to 28th April 2016, Morris Lubricants staff will be on-hand on stand 4D35 to demonstrate its latest WHATOIL? online lubricants selector tool. “Designed specifically for fleet operators and maintenance professionals to find the correct specification lubricants for all major commercial vehicle OEMs and models. WHATOIL? has the potential to cut out huge amounts of time and eliminate any costly guesswork” explained Craig Bastable, Marketing Manager at Morris Lubricants.

Technical experts from Morris Lubricants’ technical team will be available for face-to-face consultations throughout the three days, providing advice on issues such as grade consolidation and the latest fuel efficient technology lubricants. “I’d urge fleet operators and maintenance professionals seeking to reduce lubricant stock inventory or advice on the latest technologies to pay us a visit” added Adrian Hill, Product Manager at Morris Lubricants. 

“Quality products and technical advice are only one part of the jigsaw when it comes to supplying commercial vehicle lubricants. Our commercial team will be available to give advice on bulk delivery options, handling equipment and the latest storage and monitoring technology as well” concluded Craig Bastable.

 

 

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