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Thursday, 7 June 2018


TOTAL Tanzania has introduced improved high-tech fuel, Total Excellium for petrol and diesel to the local market that cleans vehicle engines, providing lasting protection, lower consumption and fewer carbon emissions.

The Minister of Trade and Industries, Charles Mwijage, said in Dar es Salaam on Tuesday that the introduction of high-tech fuel by Total Tanzania was commendable and has shown the way in the evolution of the fuel industry.

“It’s about time that Tanzanian motorists have access to fuel that warranties safety of their engines, keeps it clean and yet produces less carbon emission ... and this launch has come at the right time as we have come to climax of the world environment day,” he said.

Total Country Chair and Total Tanzania Managing Director, Tarik Moufaddal, said the launch of Total Excellium in Tanzania is an important milestone in the country and a dedication to renewing Total commitment to better energy.

“We are committed to providing our customers with the highest quality services and products across our nationwide network; the launch of Total Excellium takes our portfolio to the next level by delivering vital and tangible benefits,” he said.

Total Excellium is an unmatched set of high-quality fuels that cleans and provides lasting protection to engines, to ensure that they perform better, use less fuel and produce fewer polluting emissions and is compatible with all existing vehicles, including cars, light utility vehicles, two-wheelers and trucks.

Director of Network Nikesh Mehta noted that the launch represents a new step in innovation to help our valued clients consume better and less fuel, thanks to Excellium. He added that Total Excellium combines the best of Total’s technological know-how in its formula and reflects our unwavering commitment to quality.

“Our research teams developed these products to provide an ever-more effective response to the new technology demands for modern vehicles and our customers’ growing focus on engine care,” Mehta said.

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