Savita Oil Technologies has signed an agreement with Tata Motors to manufacture and supply original oils for the India carmaker’s passenger vehicles. The oils and lubricants will be sold under the brand 'Tata Motors Original Oils' and will be available at authorised Tata parts distributors.
Commenting on this announcement, S N Barman, vice-president, Sales, Marketing & Customer Support, Passenger Vehicles Business Unit, Tata Motors, said, “We want to ensure world-class service, spares and consumables for all the aftersales needs of our customers. With this aim in mind, we launch ‘Tata Motors Original Oils’. With this introduction, we will ensure easy availability of recommended engine oils for our car buyers, for the long-term health and maintenance of their vehicles. Furthermore, with the association with Savita Oil Technologies, we guarantee that our customers will receive the finest quality of product which will help them extract the best performance out of their engines.”
Gautam N Mehra, managing director of Savita Oil Technologies, said, “We are excited about this partnership with Tata Motors for manufacturing and supplying original oils for their Passenger Vehicles business. This is a reaffirmation of the very high quality standards that we adhere to across all our product lines. This partnership bears testimony to our commitment to quality, technological advancement and heightened customer engagement, thus co-creating right value for all stakeholders.”
The partnership will also help Tata Motors deliver original products at the right price and will ensure easy availability through the aftermarket.
Savita Oil Technologies has a sales volume in excess of 300,000 KL and is one of the largest manufacturers of petroleum speciality oils and lubricants in the country. It has three facilities in Western India. Its lube oil manufacturing plant, which will supply these original oils is situated at Silvassa and is a fully automated state-of-the-art manufacturing unit.
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