TOTAL Lubricants will showcase its range of products and suite of value-added services to fleet managers and truck and van operators at The CV Show, the UK’s largest and most comprehensive transport and commercial vehicle event.
Some of the highlights include the presentation of its premium range of RUBIA engine oils, transmission fluids, coolants, and AdBlue, and how they can minimise fleet downtime, reduce breakdowns, mechanical problems, and therefore running costs, and increase productivity and efficiency.
TOTAL will also showcase its TOTAL ANAC oil analysis and diagnosis service that can anticipate an operator’s maintenance processes, increase the lifespan of the equipment, improve the reliability and performance of it, and optimise the oil change frequency via the early detection and identification of engine health issues.
“The CV Show is the perfect platform for us to showcase our quality range of lubricants and value-added services to those businesses involved within the transport sector,” said Stephen Parker, marketing executive at TOTAL Lubricants. “We look forward to meeting delegates and showing them how, through our continual programme of research and innovation, TOTAL is bringing to market cutting-edge products and services which will enable them to continue to improve fleet reliability and efficiency in an increasingly-competitive marketplace.”
Additionally, the recently launched Total Truck Solutions (TTS) portal created to support individual fleet needs dedicated to road hauliers, fleet managers, maintenance managers, owners and drivers, will be there. TTS also keeps members informed with the latest industry news, and updates such as VAT changes, toll increases or the availability of new lubricants, additives and added value services.
TOTAL is a global integrated energy producer and provider, a leading international oil and gas company, and the world’s second-ranked solar energy operator with SunPower. The lubricants division markets products in over 150 countries, employs over 5,000 people worldwide and has over 45 plants, one of which is based in West Yorkshire.