Tetrosyl signs supply deal with Castrol

Castrol has announced a three-year strategic partnership with Tetrosyl, Europe’s largest manufacturer and supplier of car care products. The strategic partnership will enable more motor factor stores and workshops to get enhanced access to the complete range of Castrol products.

Peter Schofield
Castrol products will be distributed from Tetrosyl’s central warehouse

Established in 1954, Tetrosyl operates in more than 100 countries and sells and supplies over 40,000 automotive product lines. From its 500,000 square foot warehouse facility, Tetrosyl has the capacity to store over 44,000 pallets at any one time. In addition, it offers customers a next-day delivery service and a low minimum order value.

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Motor factors will be able to order Castrol lubricants, along with products from other brands such as QH, TJ Filters, Carlube, Bluecol, CarPlan and many more, through Tetrosyl and receive support via the Tetrosyl customer service team.

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Peter Schofield, Tetrosyl Chairman, said: “We are excited to announce this partnership between Tetrosyl and Castrol to offer the trade a quality product range alongside our portfolio of aftermarket parts, lubricants and car care products.”

 

Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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