…Targets More presence in Sub-Saharan Africa
Wolf Oil Corporation has entered into partnership with Goldwagen to enable Wolf Lubricants to be distributed exclusively by Goldwagen’s retail outlets throughout Southern Africa, including South Africa, Namibia, Swaziland, Lesotho and Botswana.
With over 60 years of expertise, Belgium-based Wolf Lubricants has established itself as a market leader in the production and supply of cutting-edge lubricant products and additive technologies, delivering the highest levels of quality and performance.
With over 130 OE approvals from the likes of BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Volkswagen and Ford — amongst others — Wolf Lubricants’ commitment to offering value products and service is both well-known and respected throughout the industry.
“It was clear from the word “go” that the partnership made complete sense,” says Mr João Da Costa, CEO of Goldwagen.“With both our companies being family owned and with motoring in our blood, we were quick to arrive at a common understanding.
“At Goldwagen we pride ourselves on our no-compromise approach towards offering quality products, service, and expertise. Wolf’s reputation in these areas meant we knew we would be bringing onboard more than just a supplier but a long-term global partner with a local approach.”
“Moreover, the FIA World Rally Championship (WRC), of which Wolf Lubricants is an official partner, will be hosting one of its rounds in Kenya next year. We believe this will further help to raise brand awareness and will additionally demonstrate the highest levels of quality and performance found in Wolf Lubricants to the African continent.”
“This new partnership will add considerable presence to Wolf Lubricants in Africa,“ commented Frédérico Alves, Area Sales Manager at Wolf Oil Corporation. “We believe our partnership with one of Southern Africa’s most trusted vehicle spares distributors opens the door to an exciting time for both companies.”
These dynamic companies, which are both part of the Nexus international automotive community, have entered into a supply agreement that started in the second half of 2019.