Source: Exol announcement
WEDNESBURY, U.K. – Exol Lubricants is committed to ensuring customers have access to sustainable options and has therefore introduced a new 20-liter packaging solution, Ex-Box, to provide customers with an environmentally friendly, recyclable packaging option.
Exclusively available from Exol, Ex-Box is a packaging innovation specifically aimed to save customers money, aid the dispensing of Exol products, and reduce plastic waste.
A wide selection of products can be ordered in Ex-Box packaging, as customers can add any of the stocked products to their usual orders or can order any Exol grades in full pallet quantities.
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Grades available from stock include: AUTOTRANS UNIVERSAL D II; AUTOTRANS D III; OPTIFARM UTTO (UN-DYED); ULTRAMAX 32; ULTRAMAX 46; TAURUS SHPD E7 15W-40; OPTIMA FD 5W-30; OPTIMA C3 LS 5W-30; OPTIMA C3 LSG 5W-30; OPTIMA C3 LSX 5W-40; OPTIMA C4 LSR 5W-30; OPTIMA C2 LSF 0W-30; and, OPTIMA C2 C3 LSGM 5W-30.
“This is just one of the many steps that we are taking to ensure we are as sustainable as possible,” said Steve Dunn, Exol sales and marketing director. “As an industry, it’s important that we’re doing all we can to embrace environmentally friendly initiatives and play our part in making it easier for customers to recycle any packaging.”
The company also recently became one of the first U.K. lubricants companies to recycle its plastic containers. As part of a significant recycling initiative, Exol’s 20 and 25-litre containers are being recycled and the reprocessed material incorporated into the production of new containers.
As a lubricants blender, the company is extremely environmentally aware, running an efficient fleet of vehicles and making effective use of the waterways in Hull and Rotherham to transport raw materials to its bulk blending plant. Exol’s effective use of barge transport is helping the company reduce its carbon footprint.
About Exol Lubricants
Exol Lubricants is the largest independent lubricants company in the U.K., manufacturing and supplying a range of lubricants and associated products to industry, agriculture, transport, automotive and garage sectors.