STARFIRE Parent Earns Membership In ILMA

STARFIRE Parent Earns Membership In ILMA

“This is an important sign of our emergence as an important player in the industry,” said Kurt Deimer, president and CEO of Coolants Plus. “ILMA only accepts the most reputable companies in the business to become members.”

Coolants Plus Inc., the parent company of STARFIRE lubricants, antifreeze and chemicals, has been named a marketing member of the Independent Lubricant Manufacturers Association (ILMA). Membership in the national organization is limited to leading providers of lubricants and reflects the rapid growth of the company and its STARFIRE brand.

“This is an important sign of our emergence as an important player in the industry,” said Kurt Deimer, president and CEO of Coolants Plus. “ILMA only accepts the most reputable companies in the business to become members.”

The ILMA includes blenders, manufacturers and marketers at the highest level of the industry. For more than 70 years, the organization has been the voice of member companies that produce more than a quarter of the nation’s lubricants and three-quarters of its metalworking fluids.

“Our membership in ILMA demonstrates our commitment to the industry and our customers and distributor network – they are what really drive our growth,” said Darrin Ward, chief operating officer. “When we support their growth, they drive ours.”

You May Also Like

Bendix to Consolidate Nevada Operation into Indiana Campus

The company expects no changes to availability going forward and little to no customer impact as the consolidation is completed.

Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems LLC (Bendix) announced its intent to close its distribution center in Sparks, Nevada, and consolidate the operation and all parts inventory into the Bendix Distribution Center (BDC) on the company’s Huntington, Indiana, campus. Bendix expects to complete the consolidation this year by the close of the second quarter.

Fenix Parts Completes Acquisition of Neal Auto Parts

Neal is an automotive recycler servicing the Central Illinois market with a population of approximately 1.3 million people.

Fenix Parts Acquires Green Auto Parts & Recycling

The company also announced Edgar Akopyan will be joining Fenix Parts as the director of business development, Southern California.

Automotive Parts Associates Recaps Annual General Meeting

Several supplier and shareholder awards were presented during the meeting, March 26-28, at the Grand Hyatt San Antonio River Walk in San Antonio.

Power TruckPro USA Selects Autologue PartsWatch Solutions

Power TruckPro USA operates in Medley, FL, supplying heavy-duty truck parts to the Miami area. 

Autologue UREMCO

Other Posts

NexaMotion Group Expands Product Offering in Fort Worth, Texas

General repair product lines are now available at Transtar’s branch in Fort Worth, Texas, in addition to transmission and driveline-related products.

Snap-on Approved for Direct Access to Nissan Secured Gateway Vehicles 

The ability to work with Nissan secure systems is available on Snap-on Wi-Fi enabled products operating the latest software. 

Nissan Secured Gateway Vehicles 
Solero Technologies to Acquire Kendrion’s Automotive Business

The acquisition would expand Solero’s presence with the addition of five European plants located in the Czech Republic, Germany and Romania, as well as one plant in the U.S.

Solero Technologies to Acquire Kendrion's Automotive Business
FCS Introduces 16 New Numbers in April

The new numbers cover many popular applications, including the Jeep Compass, Lexus GX470, Mazda 3, Nissan Armada, Ram 1500 and more.

FCS Introduces 16 New Numbers in April