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|LUBRICANT DISTRIBUTOR'S DAY AT THE POC - Don't Miss it!
On September 19, 2005, Petroleum Trends Intl.
(publishers of Jobbers World) and the POC
teamed up to present one of the most
important lubricant sessions of the year. It's a must
-attend event for all lubricant marketers in North
The conference objective is to provide lubricant
marketers with an independent analysis of the
lubricant market dynamics and insights and
information on how to improve your business sales
and profitability. And unlike the marketer meetings of
the majors which are often pep rallies to help you sell
more of their brand; this meeting is about rallying
long-lasting results to help you sell more of any
brand (including private label lubricants).
Take one look at the list of speakers and topics and
see what we mean. These speakers are well
known to many of the leading lubricant marketers
and represent some of the most significant
independent thought leaders currently working with
lubricant marketers to help them grow their business.
Of particular interest, take a look at the all-star
panel of speakers from North American Lubricants,
Pinnacle, and Ultrachem that will be speaking on
private label lubricants. Take a look at the topics
that will be
tackled by big names in the industry like Francis
Bologna, Maura Schreier-Fleming, Kevin Fiala, Scott
McLoughlin, Ed Runner, Ken Gunn, Tom Mangano, and
And when at the Tradeshow, take the time to visit
the suppliers with booths in the Lubricant Section on
the Tradeshow floor. They are there becuase they
want to do business with you, the lubricant
TO ATTEND THE LUBRICANT SESSION Call KIM
BASSETT at 916-646-5980. Or to SECURE
BOOTH AT THE SHOW, CONTACT: Robin Rinehart
Sales, Marketing and Conference Manager
|Charles Collins joins Lube Session speaker panel on private label lubricants
In addition to his presentation "Is a Private Label Oil
Program Right for Me?, Charles will also sit in on the
panel discussions and take questions about private
Charles Collins is VP Sales with Pinnacle Oil Inc. and
has been with the company since 1987. He has been
marketing private label lubricant programs for close
to 20 years and is well respected in the industry,
particularly in the c-store class of trade, and among
lubricant distributors. Charles served on the National
Association of Convenience Stores – Supplier Board
from 1994 to 2000 as automotive products category
Pinnacle Oil Inc. is a fully integrated, independent
lubricant manufacture and packager located in
Indianapolis, Indiana. Pinnacle offers a full line of
products, including automotive, industrial, and
commercial lubricants. Pinnacle’s packaging
capabilities range from 3 ounce bottles to rail car
shipments. Today, Pinnacle ships products all over
the world and has a solid history of technical
expertise and field success. Pinnacle’s customers are
assured national brand quality and superior service.
Pinnacle is on of the country's leading players in the
private lable lubricants business.
|Bob Whiting joins Lube Session speaker panel on private label lubricants
Bob Whiting, Vice-President, of Ultrachem Inc. will be
presenting an excellent talk on the pros and cons of
private labeling for niche marekets at the September
19th lubricant session. In addition, he will sit on the
private label panel discussion and take questions
from lubricant distributors.
Bob will discuss the pros and cons of private labeling
for niche markets. Points for discussion include:
¨ The marketing impact of private label.
¨ The advantages to the distributor and the
¨ Some of the disadvantages to the distributor
and the manufacturer.
¨ The necessity for quality products and
¨ Pricing issues.
¨ Delivery issues.
Ultrachem is a blender and compounder of synthetic
lubricants for the air compressor market, and also
private labels for export, majors, and jobbers.
Products also include synthetic gear oils, hydraulic
oils, vacuum pump oils, oven chain oils, wire rope
lubes, calendar oils, fiberboard oils, and a full line of
synthetic Food Grade Lubricants.
|AN OPEN INVITATION TO THE BIG BRANDS IN THE LUBRICANTS BUSINESS
Certainly in the interest of presenting a fair and
balanced view on the opportuites and threats of
private label lubricants, Jobbers World extends an
open invitation to any major oil company or other
lubricant brand stakeholders interested in sitting in
on the Panel discussion about Private Label
If interested, please contact Tom Glenn directly at
Petroleum Trends International, Inc. 732-494-0405.
or Via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
|CONOCOPHILLIPS LUBRICANTS INTRODUCES THREE NEW PRODUCTS
Once again, ConocoPhillips is showing why they are
the one to watch! Click below to get the details on
1- KENDALL SUPER THREE STARŽ SYNTHETIC GEAR
2- NEW FULLY SYNTHETIC LONG-DRAIN GEAR
3. NEW LINE OF DIESEL ENGINE OILS FOR LIGHT
DUTY TRUCKS AND SUVs
|New Study Ranking and Rating the Majors
Petroleum Trends International, Inc. (PTI)
introduces The First Industrial Report
Card on Major Lubricant Suppliers in the U.S. Market,
According to PTI, this two-volume report
is a comprehensive survey and comparative analysis
of how lubricant marketers and end-users rank and
rate major manufacturers of lubricants in terms of
their products, pricing, salesmanship, support, sales
and marketing, technical and customer service, value-
added services, supply logistics, conflict resolution,
distributor relations, and a number of other key areas
of their business activity.
Specifically this report will rank and rate, and
contrast and compare both the lubricant marketer’s
and end-user’s perceptions about AGIP, American
Refining Group, BP Castrol, Chevron, CITGO,
ConocoPhillips, Elf, ExxonMobil, Petro-Canada,
Valvoline, and other lubricant manufacturers deemed
important by marketers and end-users.
According to PTI, the objective of this new
multiclient study is to provide major lubricant
manufacturers and their marketers with objective,
third-party insights and information that can be used
to improve their relationships with marketers and
endusers and therefore the competitiveness of both
majors and their marketers in the U.S. lubricants
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