ENOC showcases its diverse range of lubricants at Automechanika Frankfurt

By Arya M Nair, Intern Reporter
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ENOC Group is showcasing sustainable automotive lubricants at the Automechanika Frankfurt, the world’s leading trade fair for the automotive service industry, which is taking place until 17th September at the Frankfurt Trade Fair in Frankfurt, Germany.

Reducing the environmental footprint and enhancing fuel efficiency are key challenges in the automotive industry. The Group is committed to identifying and promoting products and services that meet these goals.

ENOC Lubricants is the fastest growing high-quality brand from the Middle East that markets a diverse portfolio of lubricants and greases that are designed for applications in many sectors, including automotive, industrial, marine, heavy-duty diesel engines and commercial use.

Saif Humaid Al Falasi
Saif Humaid Al Falasi Group CEO
ENOC

“Automechanika is one of the most important exhibitions that bring together stakeholders from across the globe to discuss the future of the automotive service industry. Through our participation this year, we are keen to showcase our diverse range of lubricants. Consistently engaging with various stakeholders and presenting our innovative solutions worldwide is an important part of our strategy as we continue to drive the UAE’s position to the forefront of the automotive service industry.”

ENOC has been significantly investing in its largest single blending plant, ENOC Lubricants & Grease Manufacturing Plant (ELOMP), an advanced lubricants and grease manufacturing facility located in the Fujairah Port in the UAE.

The Group has increased the plant’s filling capacity by adding one filling line, expanded the storage space by 3000 sqm, and developed an electric vehicle (EV) lubes range. Future Plans include a new additive bulk storage, solar panels to operate the plant on clean energy, and increasing the grease blending capacity by 100 percent.

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