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NATA Lauds Hyde Energy’s Contribution to Quality Lubricant Production

By Adedapo Adesanya

The Nigerian Automobile Technicians Association (NATA) Lagos State chapter has lauded Hyde Energy following an assessment of the quality of lubricants produced and distributed in the Nigerian market as well as adherence to international best practices by Hyde Energy Lubricant business.

This came as the executive members of the association visited the energy trading company’s lubricant blending plant located in Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State.

The lubricant plant, one of the largest lubricant manufacturing facilities in Nigeria, has the capacity to blend 30,000 litres of lubricant per day. The lubricants produced at the Hyde Energy blending plant undergo stringent quality control measures and adhere to the highest standards, as certified by the Nigerian Midstream and Downstream Petroleum Regulatory Authority (NMDPRA).

With over 30 different grades of lubricants manufactured and distributed for automotive, industrial, marine, and mechanical machines and equipment, the company ensures a diverse range of offerings.

During the visit, the NATA Executive Team had the opportunity to tour the lubricant plant, led by the Head of Lubricants Business at Hyde Energy, Mr Ayobami Isaac Olowolayemo, accompanied by the Plant Manager, Mr Uwadia Isiraojie.

The NATA representatives were guided through the company’s manufacturing processes and engaged in discussion with Hyde Energy’s management team regarding the company’s commitment to producing high-quality lubricants.

During his appreciation to the NATA Executives, Mr Olowolayemo, Head of Lubricants at Hyde Energy, stated, “We deeply appreciate the visit of the NATA team to our plant today. The visit holds great significance for us because, at Hyde Energy, our foremost objective is to provide Nigerian motorists with lubricants of unparalleled quality.

“Therefore, collaborating with NATA, showing them our blending and manufacturing processes, and leveraging their expertise and extensive coverage is pivotal. With this visit, we are convinced of NATA’s commitment to promoting the use of quality lubricants in Nigeria, and we are excited about the future.”

Mr Moruf Egberongbe, Chairman of NATA, who led his team together with Asiwaju Jacob Fayeun, who was the immediate past chairman of the association in Lagos state, expressed his deepest satisfaction with the Hyde Energy Lubricant Plant, commending its state-of-the-art facilities and well-trained staff.

He emphasized the importance of indigenous manufacturing in Nigeria and acknowledged the plant’s contribution to job creation in the country.

“As an association, we highly value indigenous manufacturing, and we remain committed to supporting Nigerian brands. The dedication of Hyde Energy’s management team to manufacturing high-quality lubricants is highly commendable.

“We are very impressed with the Lubricant Plant as it is well-equipped and adequately staffed.”

He further said, “As the end user, we can see that the management team of Hyde Energy is committed to producing high-quality lubricants, and we are confident that Hyde Energy lubricants will meet the needs of Nigerian motorists. We want to assure the team of our support and to encourage them not to drop the ball in providing the motorist with quality lubricant.”

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