In an exclusive five-year supply agreement, Total Marketing Qatar (TMQ) will supply Q-Auto with its premium engine oil product, Total Quartz 9000, for the Audi and Volkswagen range of cars.
Total Quartz 9000 is an “exceptionally high-performance” synthetic lubricant designed for gasoline engines in passenger vehicles, the company said in statement, adding that the product is suited to every driving style, especially sporty and high-speed, and provides “excellent engine protection.”
By virtue of Total’s technological innovations aiming to improve engine performance through research and development, a tailor-made solution has been offered to meet the manufacturer requirements of Audi and Volkswagen with regard to specifications and greater intervals between oil changes.
Apart from product specificity, TMQ is committed to offering its partner other services such as advanced technical training to the Q-Auto team of engineers and supervisors as well as provide Total’s unique Anac (Analysis Compared) service for oil analysis to its clients, the statement said.
David Kalife, chairman of TMQ, said: “We are pleased to further expand our strong presence in the rapidly-growing Qatari market. This agreement shows our solid partnership commitment, enhanced customer value proposition and innovative lubricants technology.
“We look forward to our newly-formed partnership with Q-Auto, and together we are certain to grow from strength to strength in the coming five years.”
Yann Lassade, managing director of Q-Auto, added: “Increased demand in the automobile market to supply quality products with cost-effective ownership rates is becoming more and more challenging in Qatar.
“Teaming up with TMQ on the supply of Total Quartz 9000 will allow us to improve our competitiveness and at the same time leverage advanced lubricant technologies that can dramatically reduce ownership cost and increase the engine life of our vehicles. Signing a five-year contract illustrates Q-Auto’s long-term strategic business objectives in mind.”
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