KARACHI: Chevron Pakistan Lubricants (CPL) will spend Rs2 billion in the next three to four years to upgrade and expand its lubricant blending plant at West Wharf and facilities located in other parts of the country.

Addressing a press conference on Wednesday, CPL Chairman Mohammad Najam Shamsuddin said that the company believed in a secure and long-term future in Pakistan and aimed to continue investment and provide world-class products and services to its customers.

As part of its growth strategy, the CPL chief said that it had a network of 65 oil change facilities spread nation-wide which would be expanded further during this year.

“The continued significant investment in its facilities, products, workforce and corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives reiterates the company’s firm commitment to a strong long-term presence and an even brighter future in Pakistan,” Najam observed.

Published in Dawn, January 28th, 2016

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