Valvoline partners with Caribbean Tire in Belize

Wednesday, April 8th 2015. Aaron Humes Reporting: Representatives of the American motor oil company Valvoline Motor Oil of Lexington, Kentucky, today conducted a training seminar in Belize City with representatives of the petroleum sales and mechanic sector of Belize. Established in 1866 the company has attained a lasting recognition worldwide but has only been sold in Belize for the last year. Valvoline 02

The company is partnering with Caribbean Tire as its local representative.

According to mechanical engineer and applications engineer with Valvoline Michael Wedding, the company prides itself on its reputation as a “problem-solver” for motor vehicle users.

While he acknowledges that their competitors have good products, it is Valvoline which is ahead of the curve in solving problems related to use of motor oils for recreational vehicles to commercial purposes. Wedding points out that the making of Valvoline oils ensures that the finished product matches and exceeds industry standards and can work with any and all vehicles.

Today’s session was an introduction to the interaction of various parts of the engine with motor oils. Wedding says that the continuing process of education will allow for greater experience and ability to answer questions and demonstrating expertise with lubrication. Participants will be able not only to say what will work, says Wedding, but how and why it will work.

Valvoline 03Caribbean Tire representative Joseph Reimer explained that as official partner of Valvoline in Belize it wanted an opportunity to formally introduce the product and train representatives to use it. It represents an expansion away from the main business of tires to focus on other aspects of automotive maintenance including lubricants, batteries and related products. According to Reimer Valvoline is the kind of product customers can rely on despite its cost; it can work with all levels of vehicles.

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