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IndianOil launches two new engine oils

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Hydrocarbon Engineering,

IndianOil has launched two new high performance grades of its engine oils. The new engine oils – SERVO SuperMile Plus and SERVOSuperMile were launched by Gurmeet Singh, IndianOil’s Director (Marketing), during a recent SERVO stockists meeting.

Offering up to 2% fuel economy, SuperMile Plus is a high quality synthetic engine oil suited for new generation petrol and diesel cars, SUVs, MUVs, and MPVs. The other newly launched grade – SuperMile – is a premium diesel engine oil suited for all diesel SUVs/MUVs/MPVs.

Speaking on the occasion of the launch, Singh said, “We are happy to bring two superior grades of SERVO lubricants to our discerning customers who want high performance from their automobiles. These new grades have a special additive chemistry, offer better fuel efficiency and are the best-in-class lubricants. These two premium grades will help consolidate our competitive edge.”

IndianOil’s SERVO lubricants are a significant part of the lubricants and greases segment in the country. With over 1000 commercial grades and 1500 formulations encompassing almost every conceivable application, SERVO serves as a one-stop shop for complete lubrication solutions in the automotive, industrial and marine segments. The brand has a presence in over 30 countries across the globe.

SERVO lubricating oils meet the requirements of all core industrial sectors of India, spanning defence, railways, cement, coal, steel, sugar, power, marine, surface transport, engineering, fertilizers, and more for over five decades.

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