MOTUL JOINS OESAA

Lubricant producer Motul has joined the Original Equipment Suppliers Aftermarket Association.

Best known for it’s motorcycle products, France-based Motul also produces a range of products for automotive use, and is original fill on certain low-volume brands including Brabus. The firm  brought the first fully synthetic car oil to market in 1971.

Callum Goodland

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Motul joins Schaeffler Group, Boge, Hella, Sachs, ZF and others in the group which was established to set a line of distinction between OE producers with aftermarket ranges, and purely aftermarket brands. However, it is the first lubricant producer to be included in the membership.

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Country Manager Callum Goodland said: “We aim to be a proactive member, so we would like to be involved with OESAA’s training projects and the other industry events in which it participates. We have a lot of messages and information to communicate to both distributors and workshop technicians, which will prove invaluable in both the short and long-term”

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Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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  1. An excellent new partnership for the automotive aftermarket. Motul is a global leader in lubricants and OESAA stands for and supports quality OE brands.