AFAL Signs Distribution Agreement with Chevron Lubricants

Africa Fuels and Lubricants Ltd

Online PR News – 19-October-2012 – Nairobi, Kampala – Full Caltex Lubricants Product Line Now Available in Kenya, Uganda, Burundi, Rwanda and Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo

Africa Fuels & Lubricants LTD (AFAL) has signed a distribution agreement with Chevron Lubricants, owner and producer of Chevron, Texaco and Caltex-branded lubricants and one of the global leaders in fuel and fuel additive technology. The agreement gives AFAL authorized distributor status for lubricants under the Caltex brand.

AFAL will now be the authorized distributor of Caltex products including the Delo and Havoline brands, as well as industrial lubricantsin Kenya, Uganda, Burundi, Rwanda and the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.

The announcement was made during a launch ceremony held at the Nairobi National Museum on Tuesday, October 2, in the presence of Assistant Minister for Trade Honorable Manson Nyamweya, Assistant Minister of the Office of the Prime Minister Honorable John Mbadi, Chief Executive Officer of AFAL Eugene Mayne; General Manager of Chevron Lubricants in Africa, Middle East, and Pakistan Trevor Stallbom; and other industry leaders and dignitaries.

“Today’s vibrant economy in Kenya is creating a rapidly growing demand for petroleum products in the consumer, commercial and industrial sectors,” said Mr. Mayne of AFAL. “Our immediate mission is straightforward and that is to position Caltex as the lubricant brand of choice in East Africa. Towards this end we will be committed to delivering leading edge lubricant products combined with safe, reliable and superb service.”

“We have entrusted Africa Fuels & Lubricants to deliver our products and the promise of our Chevron Caltex brand to the growing East Africa Region,” added Mr. Stallbom of Chevron Lubricants. “In Africa Fuels & Lubricants we have a partnership I am confident is committed to delivering the products, reliability and customer service our Caltex customers expect.”