This new solution will provide a complete and extensive range of technical consulting services for efficient oil and lubricant management, catering to the requirements of industrial clients seeking a One-Stop solution to reducing costs, extending machine service life, and minimizing the deterioration of machines while increasing their potential and creating sustainability for the businesses. The quality of Shell Lubricant Services is assured by a team of experts from the global Shell network.

Mr. Kamolpat Baholyodhin, Executive Director - Lubricants Business, The Shell Company of Thailand Limited, said, “With our commitment to keeping the world progress today for better tomorrow by prioritizing the needs of our clients, we strive to continuously develop and meet the evolving demands of our customers. Our focus goes beyond creating world-class high-quality lubricant products. We also place great importance on effectively managing the lubricants used in industrial machinery (B2B) to help prolong machine service life. In line with this effort, Shell has collaborated with Pattanadhorn Co., Ltd. , an affiliate of Shell, to introduce the latest solution from our lubricant business group called ‘Shell Lubricant Services’.”

“Shell Lubricant Services” offers a comprehensive range of services, providing high-performance lubricants from Shell to optimize a machine’s full potential alongside technical services in efficient lubricant management. Our team of experts, both locally and globally, follows Shell’s proprietary standards to ensure effective lubricant management. This unparalleled service includes various components, such as lubricant testing to assess a machine’s condition (Lube Monitor), onsite oil improvement services including oil changes (Lube Optimiser), and assistance in improving and designing lubricant management systems. We also offer the installation of lubricant supply systems and related infrastructure (Lube Expert). These services aim to reduce operating costs, extend machine service life, minimize machine wear and tear, and enhance overall competitiveness through a comprehensive One-Stop Service approach.

Shell Lubricant Services represents an advancement in the development of products and services within the Shell Lubricants Business, specifically tailored to meet the demands of the industrial sector. This aligns seamlessly with the Shell Powering Progress strategy, which aims to provide sustainable and clean energy while supporting Thailand's energy transition toward a low-carbon society. As part of this strategy, Shell utilizes a Sustainability Lens to assess work processes and identify sustainable benefits derived from the use of high-quality lubricants and services. Doing so enhances machine efficiency, minimizes the frequency of oil changes, extends machine service life, and results in reduced maintenance expenses. Furthermore, this approach improves the reliability of equipment, leading to a notable decrease in CO2 emissions. Through these efforts, Shell can support clients’ businesses in becoming low-carbon enterprises, thereby achieving success in sustainability.

“With an unwavering commitment to being a reliable and trusted partner, Shell is ready to support its business partners and customers, strengthen the capabilities of business organizations and the industrial sector, and foster sustainable growth,” said Mr. Kamolpat.

To inquire about Shell Lubricant Services, available from today onwards, businesses and industries can contact a sales representative or reach out to the Shell Customer Service Center at Tel. 02-657-9600, or via email at

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