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Foresight to launch new lubricant at Big 5 PMV

Foresight Group launching a new lubricant at Big 5 PMV this month

Foresight is looking to Big 5 PMV to launch its new lubricant
Foresight is looking to Big 5 PMV to launch its new lubricant

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Abu Dhabi-based group, Foresight, is counting on Dubai’s economic recovery to restore business stability as it prepares to launch an advanced lubricant at Big 5 PMV.

The Foresight Group GCC, whose range of business activities covers general transportation, machinery, cement, steel and real estate and investment is introducing a unique oil additive product which it claims “prolongs engine lives leading to major savings on spare parts”.

Marwan Ghaith, COO of the Foresight Group GCC said: “The engine just keeps running because the one molecule coating of our formula prevents any metal on metal contact whatsoever,” he said. “It drastically reduces friction, overheating, and engine residue resulting from worn metal components. As a result it minimises the dependence on oil as a coolant and detergent in the engines of plant, machinery and construction vehicles, and of course cars. There is no equal to this product.”

The product is patented and manufactured from a formula by Synionic in the UK. Foresight Lubricant Technologies is its exclusive GCC distributor.

“We’re introducing this ground-breaking technology in the Gulf for the first time and are using the exhibition to increase exposure within the region,” added Ghaith.

Ghaith hopes the Big 5 PMV will provide evidence that the industry is at last recovering from the economic downturn.

“Construction companies in Abu Dhabi are looking towards Dubai because the sooner its economy picks up the quicker prices will return to a healthy level in the UAE,” he said. “This will bring back confidence in the region and attract investors from all corners of the globe to take part in Abu Dhabi's mammoth development plans.”
 

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