Fuchs releases advanced Titan Super GT Oils

Titan Super GT has been approved by the American Petroleum Institute.
Updated 03 March 2018
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Fuchs releases advanced Titan Super GT Oils

Alhamrani-Fuchs Petroleum Saudi Arabia Ltd. has announced the near launch of the upgraded version of Titan Super GT, later this month. The new product comes with a three-pronged technology that will greatly enhance engine efficiency by preventing oxidation sedimentation, as well as protecting valve-moving units and reducing fuel consumption.
The new product has been approved by the American Petroleum Institute (API), which represents all facets of the oil and natural gas industry with more than 650 members including companies related to the oil industry and its associated sectors such as the automotive industry. It is also certified by the Saudi Standardization, Metrology and Quality Organization.
In addition to motor oils, Fuchs produces more than 10,000 types of products, which are used in many sectors such as aviation, energy production, agricultural equipment, electronics, medical devices, glass and paper, and food industries among others.
The presence of the company since 1931 in Mannheim, Germany, home to the giant automakers, has played a key role in the development of Fuchs oils and lubricants responding in real-time to the requirements of the automotive industry.
The company includes 57 operating companies and 34 production plants in more than a 100 markets around the world.
Fuchs International is represented in the Kingdom by Alhamrani-Fuchs Petroleum Saudi Arabia Company Limited (AFPSA), a partnership between Fuchs Petrolube SE of Germany and Alhamrani United Company of Saudi Arabia, which owns a modern industrial complex in Yanbu Industrial City, the largest of its kind in the Middle East and North Africa.


Careem honors outstanding captains in Riyadh

Updated 12 December 2018
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Careem honors outstanding captains in Riyadh

Careem held the first edition of its Captain’s Excellence Award Ceremony in Riyadh on Saturday. The event, which will be held annually, was the first-of-its-kind in the region and welcomed over 300 top-performing “captains” (Careem drivers) across the Kingdom. 

The captains were awarded based on different criteria such as: Captains with the highest number of trips, highest (customer-given) ratings and longest serving captains. Rewards were also handed out to captain ambassadors, i.e. those with the highest number of referrals and captains that were given a special shoutout on social media by customers for their dedication to their service. Several rewards were handed out along with the grand prize, a brand new car. 

Abdulla Elyas, chief people officer and co-founder of Careem, opened the event with an ode to the captains in attendance, thanking them for their service and commitment in driving impact through meaningful initiatives across the Kingdom. Some of these initiatives included the vaccination campaign in collaboration with the Ministry of Health, which helped more than 100,000 men, women and children across 17 cities get vaccinated in their own homes. Careem also collaborated with Bupa Arabia during Ramadan this year to donate clothes from customers to people in need, where over 180,000 donations were collected. 

Elyas also announced Careem’s partnership with Alwaleed Philanthropies (AP) in delivering the first installment of cars for the empowerment of people with special needs. The foundation, chaired by Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, will provide a number of cars over the course of seven years to men and women of the Society for Physically Disabled Adults (Harakia) after being trained.

“Our captains are the lifeblood of our business and we wanted to celebrate these men and women for helping us achieve our mission of simplifying and improving the lives of people in the Kingdom,” Elyas said. 

“We are proud to have 395,000 ‘captainahs’ (female drivers) and captains registered with us to date in Saudi Arabia, providing over 122 million rides. This ceremony is our small way to thank them for their service and reward them for the hard work they put in every day so that people have a safe way to get around. Without them, we wouldn’t be where we are today” 

Muaaed Al-Saeed, a representative from the Public Transport Authority (PTA), said: “We are excited to have you all; you have overcome each obstacle you were faced with in a short span of time and for that we are extremely proud.” 

He added: “On this occasion, I convey the regards of PTA President Dr. Rumaih Al-Rumaih. The participation of myself and Majed Al-Zahrani, PTA general manager, is proof of our support to all the captains.”