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Calumet Specialty Products Partners Expands Its Bel-Ray Brand Into The Automotive, Industrial And Commercial Lubricants Markets

These new Bel-Ray products will replace some products that are currently sold under the Quantum brand.

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Calumet Specialty Products Partners, an independent producer of specialty hydrocarbon and fuel products, announced the introduction of three new Bel-Ray product lines for PCMO, commercial and industrial lubricants. These new Bel-Ray products will replace some products that are currently sold under the Quantum brand.

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“Customers now have a superior choice in protecting their investments with the expanded Bel-Ray product line of commercial and Industrial lubricants,” said Harji Gill, vice president of branded and packaged products.

Calumet Branded Products will launch the new Bel-Ray product lines during the latter part of the third quarter of 2017. It is anticipated that the full line of new Bel-Ray products will be available during the first quarter of 2018. Bel-Ray products will replace some of the products sold under the Quantum brand as part of the rolling change.

“Bel-Ray delivers the highest-quality lubricants possible by consistently focusing on meeting customer needs and protecting the equipment and the environment,” said Gill. “Our extensive global presence combined with localized technical support and extensive distribution network, will allow us to broaden the brands geographic footprint as well as expand our product portfolio into markets previously untouched by this technology driven brand.”

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The new Bel-Ray products, suitable for key industrial and commercial applications, also will deliver the proven track record for added value and superior total cost of ownership.

For more information on Bel-Ray- and Calumet-branded products, contact [email protected].

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