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Feature   October 1, 2007   by CARS Magazine

Shell launches new Canadian fleet program

Shell Canada has launched Shell Fleet Management -- a portfolio of driveline lubricants and innovative preventative maintenance services, including Shell LubeVideoCheck digital inspection, the only se...


Shell Canada has launched Shell Fleet Management — a portfolio of driveline lubricants and innovative preventative maintenance services, including Shell LubeVideoCheck digital inspection, the only service of its kind in Canada, according to the company.

Shell LubeVideoCheck helps avoid unnecessary engine teardowns by putting a videoscope inside the engine to instantly see and diagnose what’s going on in the engine.

The service, which takes about an hour, helps decrease maintenance costs, reduce contamination and assembly risks, increase efficiencies in maintenance scheduling, and extend the life of the equipment.

“We continue to work with fleet companies and introduce new technologies that help improve efficiencies and cut costs,” said Diane Mcfarlane, general manager, Shell Lubricants.

Shell Canada has a special promotion for a free Shell LubeVideoCheck digital inspection (retail value is about $700). Canadian transport fleet companies that consume a minimum of 75,000 litres of lubricants per year are eligible.


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