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Dynamo's wide range of oils and specialty lubricants were manufactured in Malaysia, formulated with the latest German and American additives technology.
Dynamo Lubricants, a new lubricant player in the market, officially launched its products in Malaysia recently. The launch was hosted by Executive Director Prakash Dhamaha, together with the company’s current and prospective strategic partners from Australia, the Philippines, Nepal, Myanmar, Cambodia and Vietnam.
“We believe that Malaysia represents the ideal hub towards expansion and accomplishing Dynamo Lubricants’ mission throughout Asia. Our official launch represents a significant milestone for Dynamo Lubricants and would allow us to expand our footprint through strategic partnerships across Southeast Asia. Our high quality and exceptional value oils and lubricants are proudly manufactured in Malaysia and we are looking forward towards earning greater market share across Malaysia’s automotive and industrial sectors,” he said.
Billed as a producer and supplier of high quality oils and lubricants for automotive and industrial users, Dynamo Lubricants said its mission was to exceed both the current and future expectations of its consumers and the industry.
According to the company, its wide range of oils and specialty lubricants were manufactured in Malaysia, formulated with the latest German and American additives technology. It aimed to penetrate Southeast Asia and South Asian markets, capitalising on the rising demand for automotive and industrial oils in the emerging economic sector.
Started as a family-owned business operation in 1950, Dynamo Lubricants said the company comprised highly experienced energy trading professionals.
Focused on its corporate and social responsibilities, for every litre of oil and lubricant sold, the company would allocate 1 US cent to help selected orphanages and needy schools across the South and Southeast Asian region, including Myanmar, Nepal, Vietnam, the Philippines and Malaysia.
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