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DHL to support Castrol oil change technology rollout

Transport and logistics provider, DHL, will help provide the supply chain for Castrol’s new cellular oil system technology, NEXCEL.

According to DHL, the company will be responsible for delivering NEXCEL to the automotive industry and its aftersales market, while also developing a global supply chain strategy for the Castrol technology.

NEXCEL is intended to replace conventional oil change by simplifying the process and facilitating the collection and recycling of used engine oil.

“Based on our established supply chain expertise, we aim to provide high service delivery capability, balanced with cost and working capital optimization to support NEXCEL’s rollout,” said Steve Harley, President Energy Sector, DHL Customer Solutions & Innovation.

“With this new agreement, we are building on the existing relationship with BP and we are proud that our expertise will support the launch of a sustainable, fair and potentially profitable service for both consumers and businesses within the automotive sector.”

Mark Atkinson, Castrol’s Global Logistics Category Manager, added, “DHL’s impressive track record in designing, implementing and operating automotive supply chains on a global level combined with our long-term relationship makes them a natural choice. Both DHL and BP are actively engaged in the development of environmentally friendly and forward looking solutions and thus are a perfect fit.”

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