Gazpromneft Lubricants has opened its first technical service station in Hungary, the seventh international service station to be opened under the company’s international G-Energy Service program.
Located 60 kilometres from Budapest, near the town of Hatvan, the station has the capacity to service approximately 30 cars per day.
The G-Energy Service facility is equipped with nine modern oil change points, operated by qualified staff.
Lubricants supplied to the station by Gazpromneft Lubricants are compliant with international quality standards, according to Gazpromneft Lubricants.
As part of its G-Energy Service programme, Gazpromneft Lubricants supports partner service centres working under the G-Energy Service brand in helping source specialist equipment, training staff and fitting out new service centres.
The programme has already been initiated at more than 30 centres throughout Russia, Italy, Georgia, Armenia, Belarus and Kazakhstan.
The G-Energy Service programme is expected to grow throughout Russia, the CIS, Western Europe, the Middle East, and other regions.
“The G-Energy Service programme allows us to provide motorists not only with high-quality lubricants, but also with a consistently excellent level of service everywhere we operate. Initiating the programme in Hungary is a major event, marking a major step forward in developing our company’s international business. Having our own production facilities – in Italy and Serbia – means we are well-placed for operating in the European market,” said Gazpromneft Lubricants CEO Alexander Trukhan.