4/6/2019 | 1 MINUTE READ

Castrol Announces Two New Supplier Partnerships in Northeast

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Pilot Thomas Logistics and Northeast Lubricants offer full line of Castrol automotive products and support for the Northeast region.

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Castrol has announced two new distributor relationships in the Northeast region. Pilot Thomas Logistics and Northeast Lubricants will provide customers in southern New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia and Washington D.C. with the full line of Castrol automotive products and support.

Northeast Lubricants provides an array of solutions to commercial, industrial, agricultural, automotive and marine customers. It operates from six distribution facilities, delivering to 12 states across the Midwest, Northeast and Southeast. Pilot Thomas Logistics has more than 70 years of experience in the distribution industry. It operates out of several warehouses in the Northeast, providing fuel, lubricants and chemicals to the energy, marine, mining and industrial markets.

"Both relationships with Pilot Thomas Logistics and Northeast Lubricants are consistent with our focus of continuously delivering best-in-class service to our customers, tailored to their specific operations," says Rafael Vecchio, North American indirect sales director for Castrol. “We can’t wait to embark on this new journey with both providers and to offer our customers in this market access to quality oil through more diverse channels that will help fuel their businesses.”

Northeast Lubricants and Pilot Thomas Logistics will each have sales representatives dispersed throughout the region to promote Castrol's products and address customer needs in a prompt and efficient manner.

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