ENEOS, Mighty Auto Parts Announce Distribution Partnership

ENEOS, Mighty Auto Parts Announce Distribution Partnership

Mighty will stock the ENEOS 0W-8 Motor Oil, ENEOS Import DPS Fluid, and ENEOS ECO CVT Fluid.

ENEOS USA Inc and Georgia-based Mighty Auto Parts announced a new distribution partnership across the United States and in Ontario, Canada. Mighty will stock the ENEOS 0W-8 Motor Oil, ENEOS Import DPS Fluid, and ENEOS ECO CVT Fluid.

Mighty supports a nationwide network of franchises and company operations located in 44 states serving more than 15,000 automotive service facilities, ENEOS said. The company added that Mighty also partners with more than 25,000 repair facilities from independents to large multi-bay specialty shops and tire centers– in their specialty wholesale distribution operation.

“We are thrilled to partner with Mighty Auto Parts to bring our premium motor oil and transmission fluids to even more customers across North America,” said Katsuhiro “Kaz” Nakazato, president & CEO at ENEOS USA Inc. “Their reputation for excellent service and commitment to quality products aligns perfectly with our own core values.” 

As a factory fill supplier, ENEOS has been market testing 0W-8 in Japan for over 10 years. It is currently specified for newer vehicles from Mazda and Toyota, with others to follow.

“With the constant addition of so many new specifications and viscosities required to keep today’s vehicles running properly and with the highest quality available, we looked to ENEOS for our source in these products,” said Mike Hinderleider, director chemical and lubricant programs, Mighty Auto Parts. “The ENEOS Team has provided us with quality products, comprehensive support, and training opportunities. We are excited at the partnership and expanded opportunities with ENEOS and we look forward to a long-term relationship.”

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