Alonsa Electric launches new line of Goodyear lubricants
Alonsa Electric Group, a member of the ALTARA GROUP, has launched a comprehensive line of Goodyear engine oils throughout the Middle East, Africa, and Asia. Alonsa is a diverse commerce organisation that markets and distributes automotive engine oils, greases and specialities as one of its business verticals.
Alonsa Electric Group displayed Goodyear’s new engine oils last week at Automechanika held last week in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Goodyear (and winged foot design) and blimp are the trademarks of the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., based in Akron, Ohio, U.S.A., and is being used under license by Alonsa Electric Gulf FZCO based in Dubai.
Goodyear lubricants are sold in the Middle East, Africa, and parts of Asia via specialist importers and distributors.
Goodyear-branded engine oils are available for a wide range of vehicles in the automotive, motorcycle, industrial and construction, power generation and marine industries.
Goodyear lubricant products are ESMA-certified for sale in the United Arab Emirates. Certain regulated products must bear the Emirates Quality Mark (EQM) to be legally sold in the UAE. Certification is provided by the Emirates Authority for Standardisation and Metrology (ESMA).
Additionally, Goodyear Vigor 15W40 CI4, a high-performance diesel lubricant has secured Volvo and Mercedes-Benz OEM certification. Mercedes Benz also certified GOODYEAR CRUIZER PLUS 5W40 API SN. All of Goodyear’s latest products are exclusively tested in ISO 17025 laboratories. The product portfolio in this category includes a diverse variety of goods designed for the automotive, construction, mining, refrigeration and marine industries. Goodyear lubricants are manufactured in toll blending facilities in the UAE, United States, Europe, and Malaysia.
“We are excited to bring our advanced lubricant solutions to Automechanika 2022. The MENA region has always had a strong automotive enthusiast culture, and we look forward to sharing the latest oil and lubrication technology with vendors and consumers,” said Sunil Khanchandani, managing director of Alonsa Electric Gulf FZCO.