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Business News of Tuesday, 22 August 2017


More Ghanaians to finally enjoy Puma lubricants

Puma Energy lubricants are blended using quality Group II base oils Puma Energy lubricants are blended using quality Group II base oils

High-quality lubricants are set to become even more accessible to Ghanaians, due to an exclusive distribution partnership recently signed between Puma Energy, a global integrated mid and downstream energy company and Graceland Parts Limited, a lubricants distribution company in Ghana.

Puma Energy lubricants are blended using quality Group II base oils, enabling smoother engine performance and enhancing durability.

These oils are formulated from selected base stocks with high viscosity index and low pour point and are treated with a large percentage of additives to impart superior detergency together with high dispersant, anti-oxidant, anti-corrosion, anti-wear and antifoam properties.

This partnership will make Graceland the exclusive distributor of Puma Energy lubricants in two zones; specifically the Middle/North Zone (Ashanti, Brong Ahafo, Upper East, Upper West and Northern Regions) and the Western Zone (Western and Central Regions).

Graceland is a leading distributor of lubricants in the country with a vast distribution network that Puma Energy will now be able to offer its products to; while Puma.

Energy’s solid lubricant offering provides Graceland the opportunity to partner with a high-quality global brand.

At the signing, the Managing Director of Puma Energy in Ghana, Mr. Myles BouvierBaird, expressed much joy at the beginning of what he described as a promising partnership.

“This partnership is a huge step in the right direction for Puma Energy here in Ghana.

We have a rich, high-quality lubricants offering that we are excited to share with our customers and we believe that Graceland, with their vast distribution experience, are a perfect match for our business.

“But beyond that, we are always excited to enter mutually-beneficial partnerships with local companies. Doing business that will benefit Ghana’s growth is of prime importance to us,” said Mr. Bouvier-Baird.

For his part, Mr. Edward Amponsah, the Managing Director of Graceland Parts Limited shared that Puma Energy was a formidable choice of partner in the lubricants distribution business.

“This is very exciting. When we considered the level of investment in infrastructure that Puma Energy has made in the country, we knew that the larger goal was our shared value of nation building and opportunity creation for many Ghanaians. We are looking forward to working with Puma Energy to make the brand well known all over Ghana,” said Mr. Amponsah.

Puma Energy lubricants currently sponsor the Ford Performance Neil Woodridge.

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