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ChevronTexaco Global Lubricants Launches Service-Based Offering for Manufacturers

ChevronTexaco Global Lubricants (CTGL) has launched a new service-based offering designed to enhance fluid system reliability in industrial operations. The new offering, Reliability Solutions, features lubricant related products and services to help customers maximize their investment in equipment and lubrication.

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NASHVILLE, TN — ChevronTexaco Global Lubricants (CTGL) has launched a new service-based offering designed to enhance fluid system reliability in industrial operations.

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The new offering, Reliability Solutions, features lubricant related products and services to help customers maximize their investment in equipment and lubrication. The Reliability Solutions line is available to companies that use Chevron and Texaco lubricants, as well as other brands. The line is comprised of multiple offerings including fluid conditioning, filtration systems, storage containers, desiccant breathers, consulting services and online oil analysis.

“Even though money spent on lubricants is a small portion of most industrial facilities’ operational budgets, the impact of a poorly maintained lubrication program can be financially devastating,” said Eric Bevevino, business manager, Industrial and Reliability Solutions, ChevronTexaco Global Lubricants. “It’s estimated that downtime related to preventable lubricant related failures costs as much as $4 billion each year in North America alone. Reliability is the key to plant operations, and we believe that our Reliability Solutions will allow industrial facilities to achieve the greatest return on their equipment and lubricant investment, resulting in maximized uptime and higher profits.”

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For more information go to: www.chevrontexacolubricants.com .

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