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TotalEnergies and Point S Forge Global Partnership to Enhance Vehicle Maintenance and Supply Chain Efficiency

TotalEnergies Lubricants, a premier producer of lubricants, has entered into a new global service agreement with Point S, the leading independent network for tire and vehicle maintenance, as announced by the French energy conglomerate..

This business collaboration is designed to offer top-notch tires, parts, and tailor-made vehicle maintenance solutions at over 6,185 Point S locations across 51 countries. The partnership notably enhances the cooperative efforts in the supply chain regarding TotalEnergies’ Quartz brand of engine oils and vehicle fluids..

The companies have described this agreement as a step towards better meeting global customer needs through dependable service and careful attention. The partnership also aims at achieving safety and global growth by leveraging their joint strengths..

Point S brings its acknowledged expertise in garage services, which TotalEnergies believes will boost the visibility and trust in its products through the endorsement and recommendations of professional technicians. Additionally, this collaboration guarantees a steady demand for Quartz products, offering a buffer against market variability through diversified distribution..

TotalEnergies, which has licensing agreements for Quartz products with manufacturers such as Renault and Jaguar Land Rover, will now be able to provide continuous supply of service parts to Point S locations, offering advantages to equipment owners. This alliance also allows Point S to expand its product range and benefit from the economic scale of purchasing from larger suppliers..

Both parties have also highlighted their joint commitment to ethical business practices and sustainability as key components of their collaboration. This includes initiatives in climate change mitigation, adopting circular economy practices, and supporting communities through initiatives like the TotalEnergies Foundation..

As the dominant lubricant producer in Europe, TotalEnergies commands a 20% market share in the retail fuels and lubricants sector in France, with its branding present at 53% of the country’s service stations. The company is focused on international growth, aiming to double its global lubricant revenues by 2030, including through expanding its brand presence..

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TotalEnergies and Point S Forge Global Partnership to Enhance Vehicle Maintenance and Supply Chain Efficiency

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