27 December 2012

Gambia: Total Gambia Sensitizes Esteem Customers On Lubricants

Total Gambia recently organized a day's sensitization forum for customers on industrial equipment and other locomotive lubricants.

The move seeks to provide guidelines to customers on industrial equipment and other locomotive lubricants.

Bakary Bayo the lubricants sales officer explained that lubrication is a process or technique employed to reduce wear and tear on both surfaces.

He said the objective of the forum was to protect the life of engines and cut costs on engine maintenance, help the consumers make a good choice on best lubricants, and also help the consumer protect his or her investment, while promoting eco advice and to minimize environmental pollution.

Malick Mbenga, managing director Total Gambia Ltd, expressed happiness with their customers for choosing the company.

He noted that the company is recognized for it professionalism in distributing oil products in the country.

He also explained that they trying to know the landscape, and that the customers are big and important to the company in saving assets and money.

Dodou Njie of Total said, Total exists in over 133 countries in the world, and they are partners in development.

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