Motul, Lubricant Giant, Joins IAAF

Source: Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation announcement

AUBERVILLIERS, France — The Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation (IAAF) has welcomed automotive lubricants manufacturer Motul to its membership.

Established in 1853, Motul is renowned in the automotive industry for producing some of the highest quality lubricant products – including brake fluid — with a heritage forged primarily on the racing circuit.

Callum Goodland, country manager for Motul, said, “We are delighted to join the leading voice advocating for the future of the independent automotive aftermarket and support in IAAF’s initiatives to support our industry.”

The range of the company’sl engine oils, and related lubricants and fluids, covers cars, trucks, motorcycles, marine, agricultural and power generation. Motul’s long history of innovation in lubricants has enabled it to become the trusted partner to major vehicle manufacturers and motorsport teams across the globe, with the Motul-powered United Autosports team taking an LMP2 class victory in the recent 1000 Miles of Sebring, in the World Endurance Championship.

Mike Smallbone, head of membership development at IAAF, said, “Motul’s rich history and heritage within automotive lubricants makes them the ideal partner to our network of members. We’re delighted to have their team on board, as we’re sure their industry knowledge will be of great benefit to our members.”

As an IAAF member, Motul will have access to many of the federation’s benefits, including entry to industry networking events and insights into IAAF’s lobbying activities to protect the automotive aftermarket.

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