LSG plans to support customers with lube service systems

Nikolause Oduro-Baah, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Lubricants Supplies Ghana (LSG), the distributor of Castrol Oil and Addinol in Ghana, presents an award to a customer at recently held a Customer Appreciation Conference

Lubricants Supplies Ghana (LSG), the distributor of Castrol Oil and Addinol in Ghana, recently held a Customer Appreciation Conference where the company’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Nikolause Oduro-Baah announced that the company plans to support most of its customers with lube systems.

The CEO also announced that LSG has partnered with a Turkish company to manufacture lube systems for its customers, with the aim of supporting most of its customers with this kind of system.

The goal is to help customers dispense their lubes more effectively and keep their own customers satisfied. Mr. Oduro-Baah encouraged customers to support LSG this year, stating that the company will also support its customers in return, helping both parties to grow together.

In recognition of their outstanding performance as a customer, Tata Africa was awarded a lube system service trolley worth US$4,500 for winning the “most outstanding customer” of the year award.

Tata Africa also shared their positive experiences with Castrol as a supplier. In the past five years, Tata Africa has been pleased with the quality, timely delivery, and support provided by Castrol. In 2017, Tata Motors and Castrol signed a three-year strategic partnership agreement for the supply of commercial vehicle oils to Tata Motors in over 50 markets, including Africa. As Tata Motors expands its international presence, Castrol will support Tata Motors’ channel partners with high-quality products and services to enhance their market share and profitability.

Lubricants Supplies Ghana (LSG) has also included in its portfolio of products Addinol of lube products.

Highlighting the benefits of using Addinol, Andreas Badenjili, the Addinol Representative for Africa and Ghana noted that Addinol is a pure German brand that is 100 percent made in Germany and is known for its commitment to quality.

The oil is suitable for use in a variety of climate conditions and is designed to have longer oil change intervals, resulting in fewer problems with engines or gears.

High-performance lubricants from ADDINOL carry the “Made in Germany” seal of quality. Commercial vehicles, gears, engines or turbines are operated globally with ADDINOL lubricating oils, lubricating greases, pastes or sprays.

Mr. Badenjili emphasized that Addinol is a reliable product, stating that if a customer makes an oil change with Addinol now, they can be confident that the quality will still be the same after five years.


The top winners were Tata Africa Holdings (Ghana) Ltd, Taurus Ltd, Service Ghana Auto Group, CG Minerals Ghana Limited, Lubes Direct Ghana Ltd, Varniraj Ltd, Jp Trustees Ltd, Betonsa Ghana Limited, Allied Oil Company Ltd, A J Fanj Construction And Industrial Engineering Ltd.

Other winners were Industrial Oil and Engineering Supplies Ltd, Mark-Dus Enterprise, Alliance Motors Ghana Ltd, Jubaili Bros Ltd, Kelvin Automobile, Kezy-Bans Logistics And Investments, Kofi Gyimah Enterprise, Atala Limited, Dosu, Ibiz Impex Limited, Promasidor (Ghana) Limited, Afri-Standard Logistics Ltd, Segami Enterprise, Aero Marine Service, Conserveria Africana Ghana Ltd, Danboag Enterprise, Letcole Ltd Co., Titanium Impex Co. Ltd, Thonket Plantpool.

Staff winners were Osei Sarpong, Peter Boampong, Samuel Mensah, George Awhireng, Alfred Laud Coffie, Anthony Ahiable, Eric Arthur, Gifty Yeboah.

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