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Total invests $3 million in the expansion of lubricant production in Kaluga region

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Total invests $3 million in the expansion of lubricant production in Kaluga region

Total Vostok is expanding production of lubricants in the village of Vorsino in the Kaluga region of Russia and plans to invest $3 million in 2020, Rupec reports.

The production complex was opened in 2018. The complex has a designed capacity of 40 thousand tons of motor and industrial lubricants per year. In 2019, the plant produced 36 thousand tons of products, and since last October — 54.25 thousand tons. According to Rupec, the range of products tripled from 34 to 103 items during the year of operation.

Total plant is provided with the most modern equipment using our latest technologies. Its launch allowed us to provide a wider variety of high-quality products for Russian consumers and export to neighboring countries.

Bogdan Yanko, plant Director

Total Vostok is a subsidiary of the Total Group. The company supplies Total and ELF automobile lubricants, as well as industrial lubricants, specialty chemicals, and fuel additives.

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