Exol announces investment plans for 2016
Exol Lubricants has outlined more investment at its Wednesbury head office and production facility.
With the objective of more site improvements at its base in Wednesbury in the West Midlands, Exol has declared strong intentions to continue to provide an exceptional working environment that is capable of delivering the highest quality products and service to customers in the UK and abroad.
Exol is also investing in two additional new Strong Arm Mobile filling machines, which are capable of filling 20, 25, 60, 205, and 1000 litre sized products. This investment will increase the business’ capacity and flexibility in regards to production, making the entire process more efficient.
Additional, bulk storage telemetric tank gauges will also be fitted to existing storage tanks.
Furthermore, Exol is also keen to emphasise its commitment to the environment and this is reflected in improvements to the tank bunds and yard drainage system at Wednesbury.
Finally, the company is further developing its small pack production area, including an additional air receiver being fitted, a visual display board, a box handling system, and significant improvements to the aesthetics of the area, creating a more comfortable and professional working environment.
Steve Dunn, Exol Lubricants sales director, said: “Our customers and staff are our main priorities and our capital investment plans for this year reflect that. Our onsite developments will greatly enhance the service we can provide to customers, making it a lot more efficient and cementing our position as one of the fastest growing lubricant companies in the UK.”