The lubricants major presented many of its flagship products in its Tellus, Rimula, Spirax, and Gadus ranges including a special showcase of its premium energy-efficient lubricants, namely the Shell Tellus S4, Rimula R5, Spirax S6, and Gadus S3
December 12, 2019. By News Bureau
Shell Lubricants has announced that it has showcased its flagship products and key services at the 10th edition of EXCON India 2019 - the International Construction Equipment and Construction Technology Trade Fair organized by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII).
Shell firmly believes that the right lubricant can bring substantial savings in the construction sector by maximizing equipment efficiency and reducing downtime. In line with this, the company’s display was well received and drew significant interest at the event which was held from December 10th to 14th at the Bangalore International Exhibition Centre (BIEC).
The lubricants major presented many of its flagship products in its Tellus, Rimula, Spirax and Gadus ranges including a special showcase of its premium energy efficient lubricants, namely the Shell Tellus S4, Rimula R5, Spirax S6, and Gadus S3.
The Shell booth was inaugurated by V G Sakthi Kumar, Managing Director, Schwing Stetter India Private Limited, who also lauded the company’s pioneering work in the construction equipment and technology industry.
EXCON 2019 also witnessed an array of innovative services offered by various participants, with Shell’s newly launched range of B2B services drawing attention from visitors. The B2B services on display by Shell included Machine Max, Lubricants Management Programme and LubeMaster. These was also accompanied by a display and live demonstration of Shell LubeVideoCheck, a non-invasive imaging technology capable of performing component analysis which would normally only be achieved by dismantling machinery; and Shell Lube Analyst Lite, which helps construction companies avail real-time, on-site analysis and reporting.
Customers in construction are generally remotely located, with multi-OEM fleets and little access to oil-testing laboratories, resulting in issues related to fleet monitoring. Shell’s exhibit successfully highlighted the utility of its technology-forward services in helping solve these problems by implementing corrective action rendering better savings.
The lubricants major also announced that it will soon launch the Shell Tellus S4 VE, a new Gas-to-Liquid based energy efficient hydraulic oil which offers up to 6 percent productivity improvement1, up to 21 percent less energy loss from hydraulic pumps1 and up to 5 percent efficiency improvement.
Commenting from EXCON, Praveen Nagpal, Chief Technology Officer, Shell Lubricants India said, “EXCON is a convergence of the most important industry players and experts in the construction sector. It offers us a chance to augment our knowledge and network with other key stakeholders. Shell Lubricants firmly believes in driving growth by providing exceptional assistance to our partner OEMs and end consumers. We are proud to be setting benchmarks for quality and technological innovation and are committed to providing bespoke solutions to our consumers. We will continue to bring new innovation to our portfolio of products and services that helps in improving operational efficiency, supports reducing emissions and lowers the Total Cost of Ownership.”
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