TotalEnergies Marketing, The Group Announce Partnership

TotalEnergies Marketing, The Group Announce Partnership

TotalEnergies Marketing USA will provide The Group's customers with a range of lubricants and technical support.

TotalEnergies has announced an agreement with Automotive Parts Services Group (The Group) have announced a strategic partnership aimed at delivering enhanced value to their customers. Under the agreement, TotalEnergies Marketing USA will provide The Group with a range of high-quality lubricants and technical support to The Group’s network of over 5,500 locations across North America.

“The Automotive Parts Services Group continues to develop strong partnerships with high quality, premium suppliers and TotalEnergies is a great addition,” said Larry Pavey, CEO, APSG. “We look forward to working together to provide enhanced value to their premium products and services through our members.”

TotalEnergies Marketing USA, Inc., headquartered in Houston, Texas, is a part of the Americas division for the marketing and services branch of the TotalEnergies Company. Its parent company, TotalEnergies, is the fourth largest oil and gas company in the world, the company said. TotalEnergies Marketing USA, Inc. operates through several business lines including: Hi-Perf motorcycle engine oil, Quartz engine oil, Rubia heavy-duty engine oil, Kleenmold glass lubricants and TotalEnergies industrial lubricants.

“We are excited to partner with Automotive Parts Services Group, a well-respected player in the automotive aftermarket industry. Sharing the idea of performance and best-in-class products and services, we look forward to working with them and their members,” said Franck Bagouet, president, TotalEnergies Marketing USA.

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