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Shell Introduces New Oil to Meet New Fleet Requirements

August 18, 2006

HOUSTON --- Shell Lubricants has introduced a new oil to meet the emerging needs of professional fleet and transport operators. Shell Rimula Super is a heavy-duty, diesel engine oil designed to meet the requirements of the next generation of low-emission trucks, due out in the 2007-model year. Shell Rimula Super meets all requirements of the new API CJ-4 service category and the higher performance levels required by some original equipment manufacturer (OEM) approvals. It also provides improved viscosity control and offers extended drain capability to help fleet customers minimize their operation costs in current generation on-highway diesel engines. Shell Rimula Super is now available in bulk and drums and will be available in gallon and pail packages on Oct. 15.
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