Connect with us

News

Lubricant Data Leader Olyslager Opens North American Office

This new location in the Chicagoland area will serve clients in the United States and Canada, while strengthening the company’s global presence.

Advertisement

Advertisement
Click Here to Read More
Advertisement

Olyslager Organization, a global provider of lubricant data, has announced the opening of its North American office in Naperville, Illinois. This new location in the Chicagoland area will serve clients in the United States and Canada, while strengthening the company’s global presence.

An Independent Lubricant Manufacturers Association member for several years, Olyslager started focusing on the North American market in 2011. Since then, Olyslager has shown continued double-digit growth. Harald Oosting, CEO of Olyslager Organization, said, “A strong regional presence is a vital part of our plans for continued growth in North America. The team based out of Naperville will support our current client base, as well as engage with prospects and partners.”

Founded in 1948 by Piet Olyslager, Olyslager has grown to become one of the world’s leading suppliers of lubricant data for the oil industry. Olyslager was the first company in the world to introduce a lubricant information system in 1999 and the first company to launch an online lubricant adviser in 2002.  Olyslager obtains the information directly from more than 2,600 OEMs, which ensures its accuracy and authenticity. It only publishes data that is backed by OEM-verified documentation. Olyslager’s dedicated team updates the database on a regular basis to ensure the data is correct and relevant.

Advertisement

The data from Olyslager can be used in various ways. It can be implemented in marketing applications, offline, online and mobile solutions, as well as market understanding tools and improved internal processes.

For more information, visit www.olyslager.com.

 

 

Advertisement

Loading Post...

Loading Post...

Loading Post...

Advertisement

POPULAR POSTS

Newsweek Ranks Goodyear Among Greenest Big Companies

Manufacturing

Les Schwab Hires Goldman Sachs To Help Sell The Company

Distribution

Auto-Wares To Acquire Select Retail Parts Stores

People On The Move

Connect