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KUALA LUMPUR: Petronas Chemicals Group Bhd’s (PCG) wholly-owned subsidiary, BRB International (BRB), has opened its new lube oil additives manufacturing facility in Echt, Netherlands.
Equipped with higher safety and quality standards, this newly opened facility will focus primarily on the production of lube oil additives and chemicals (LAC), serving as a LAC hub for the global market.
In a statement, PCG managing director and chief executive officer (CEO) Mohd Yusri Mohamed Yusof said BRB’s expansion is in line with PCG’s strategy of diversifying into derivatives, speciality chemicals and solutions to meet the growing and changing customer demands in the region.
"As part of the growth plan for BRB, the opening of this facility marks a significant milestone towards strengthening the company's position as an innovative solutions provider,” he added.,
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Meanwhile, BRB CEO Ralph Pinckaers said the LAC unit has been continuously developing solutions for its customers in the automotive, industrial and original equipment manufacturers field for over 40 years.
"With this new facility, the LAC business will have more room for growth and potential development of new offerings.
"We are positive that this step will enhance BRB’s competitive edge in end markets,” he said.
The Echt facility incorporates sustainable practices in BRB’s production of its drive line oil additives, Petrolad, which uses lower energy consumption and reduces its overall carbon footprint in making its products.
This practice will contribute towards PCG’s sustainability vision to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050. - Bernama