Faced with profitability issues, transporters are seeking to improve vehicle productivity and optimise costs. The major issue consists in controlling fuel costs which represent their second highest expenditure item. Vehicle lubrication can therefore constitute a major area for economies.
The transport sector employs a multitude of wheeled vehicles requiring optimised lubrication to:
- avoid breakdowns
- space out servicing
- meet the requirements of the latest-generation engines, impacted by environmental directives on polluting emissions.
Road transport is also characterised by the use of a large variety of brands and types of vehicles adapted to different uses. For this reason, our customers, possessing mixed fleets, are looking to rationalise and optimise the number of lubricants in use.
CONDAT offers a range of lubricants in this context, linked to a raft of services and technical advice, with a view to optimising the maintenance of your fleets of vehicles.
CONDAT supports the transport sector in its "objectif CO2" commitment and offers a range of lubricants adapted to:
- Engine pollution-reduction technologies
- A.C.E.A. and A.P.I. standards
- Constraints in use:
- Number of starts / stops
- Loads transported
- Number of gear changes
- Route profile (mountain, motorway, city...)
- Average annual mileage
- Engines for utility, light, industrial and heavy goods vehicles
- Manual, robotised and automatic gear boxes
- Axles (differential)
- Cooling systems
- Power steering
The presence of different brands and generations of drive chains complicates the maintenance of your fleet of vehicles. Condat supports you in this exercise and provides Technical Assistance to advise you and guarantee optimum use of our lubricants.