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TOTAL VOSTOK celebrates 10 years in Russia

2008 Total petrochemical concern officially announced the creation of subsidiary of TOTAL VOSTOK.

Moscow, May 10 - Neftegaz.RU. 2008 Total petrochemical concern officially announced the creation of subsidiary of TOTAL VOSTOK, which supplies automotive lubricants under TOTAL and ELF brands to Russia.


Today the distribution network of the company extends from Kaliningrad to Vladivostok and offices of TOTAL VOSTOK are open in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Rostov-on-don, Yekaterinburg and Kazan. The share of TOTAL VOSTOK is about 3.5%, in several of segments – 10%. In 2017 the company's sales grew up by more than 15%.


«We are creating new working places, offering new services, expanding the range of products and signing interesting partnership agreements. An important step for TOTAL VOSTOK is the upcoming opening of the plant on the territory of the industrial Park Freit village Vorsino – this will strengthen our position on the Russian market, will provide flexibility for the company in relation to the development of Russian customers, increase the availability of products and provide customer – oriented service - which corresponds to the plans for the next 10 years», - said Fabien Voisin, CEO of TOTAL VOSTOK.


During last 10 years in the Russian market TOTAL VOSTOK has became the official partner of the GAS RAID Sport (2013), KAMAZ-Master (2016) and in 2017 officially signed 3-year contract with Federation of hockey of Russia (FHR) and National team of Russia on hockey.


In 2018 will be plant opening in Kaluga where lubricants will be produced. Production, storage of raw materials, mixing, storage of finished goods, filling and storage of finished goods will be carried out at the plant. The entire production process will be supported by the computer platform SCADA.


Another important step that should be mentioned has became the opening of the 1st representative office of ANAC laboratory in Russia, in St. Petersburg at the Research Center. This will allow samples to be obtained and spent oil to be diagnosed more quickly. All tests are performed according to international standards. Research results and analytical reports are entered into the program and are available online.


Source : Neftegaz.RU