Autokid strengthens after sales services with partnership with Pilipinas Shell

Autokid Truck Solutions, a leading direct importer of brand new and Japan surplus trucks in the Philippines, is finding new ways to provide better trucking solutions and after-sales services for its customers. With this goal, Autokid has chosen Pilipinas Shell as its official lubes provider.

Through the partnership, Autokid’s growing clientele of businesses can now avail of truck repair services powered by Shell Rimula. With the Dynamic Protection Technology, Shell Rimula lubricants protect truck engines from any temperature or terrain conditions.

Leading variant Shell Rimula R4X features dynamic protection that improves wear protection by up to 30 percent, provides better acid corrosion protection by up to 50 percent, and cleans engines better by up to 50 percent compared to industry standards.

“Pilipinas Shell strives to improve its partner’s after-sales care services. We want to thank Autokid Truck Solutions for making Shell Rimula their top choice for engine aftercare for their trucks,” said Steve Quila, Pilipinas Shell General Manager for Lubricants.

Autokid provides quality truck repair services though the Autokid Service Care team and centers. It caters to a wide variety of trucks brands like Dongfeng, Foton, Howo, Isuzu, Mitsubishi and many more. The company’s main service center, dubbed Truck City, features 80 service bays ready to service fleets of all sizes.

With the mantra, “We Drive Your Business,” Autokid allows its partners to concentrate on pushing their businesses to new heights. Pilipinas Shell is a group of companies that venture in oil and gas exploration, production, oil refining, distribution and sales to customers. Since 1914, Pilipinas Shell has continued to grow, employing over 3,000 people nationwide.

Topics: Autokid Truck Solutions , Pilipinas Shell , Dynamic Protection Technology , Shell Rimula , Steve Quila
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