23 January 2024.
TotalEnergies Lubrifiants, a leading global manufacturer of lubricants, and Point S, the world’s leading independent tyre dealer and car maintenance network, have signed an international service agreement.
Under the agreement, TotalEnergies Lubrifiants will provide its portfolio of high-performance automotive products, including its range of Quartz engine oils, to Point S’s global network of independent tyre dealers and auto repair centres.
The strategic global partnership exemplifies both businesses’ ambitions to offer a market-leading service and premium products to motorists, and will aid both partners’ plans for further international growth. Point S‘s independent network currently consists of 6,185 points of sale across 51 countries on five continents, while TotalEnergies Lubricants has a presence in 160 countries, with 42 production sites in operation.
Fabien Bouquet, CEO Point S
Jean Parizot, Vice President Automotive at TotalEnergies Lubrifiants
Jean Parizot, Vice President Automotive at TotalEnergies Lubrifiants, said: “We are delighted to team up with Point S by offering our premium brands to meet the needs of its network members worldwide, while embodying our partner’s motto: premium services and products for premium customers.”
Fabien Bouquet, Point S international CEO adds: “Our strategic global partnership with TotalEnergies is an excellent opportunity to deliver on our promise to offer our customers access to premium products and services. We are committed to promoting safe driving and a stress-free experience for motorists across the world, and are delighted to be working with our new lubricant partner to make this vision a reality”.
About Point S
Founded in 1971, Point S is the world’s largest independent network of vehicle maintenance specialists. Point S offers a diverse range of premium quality products, services and solutions for vehicle maintenance, boasting 50 years of history and a retail concept that has been implemented on five continents. With more than 6,185 Points of Sale, the company is present in 51 countries around the world and employs more than 31,700 people.
About TotalEnergies Lubrifiants
TotalEnergies is a leading global manufacturer and marketer of lubricants, with 42 production sites around the world and more than 5,800 employees in 160 countries. TotalEnergies’ Lubricants division offers innovative, high-performance and environmentally friendly products and services, developed by its R&D centres, which employ over 130 researchers. TotalEnergies’ lubricants division is a key partner for players in the automotive, industrial and marine markets.
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