Phillips 66 Lubricants
In 1917, Frank Phillips and his brother L.E. Phillips founded Phillips 66. The company got its now-popular name when the car used to test their gasoline reached the breakneck speed of 66 mph.
Phillips 66 is one of the leading petroleum brand names in the United States. Through the years Phillips 66 has made itself a recognizable brand by building a great reputation.
By partnering with privately owned Australian companies who will be responsible for importing, distributing, and marketing their lubricant products, Phillips 66 was able to offer their lubricant products and services throughout Australia and New Zealand.
Since its foundation, Phillips 66 has become the 2nd largest refinery in the United States and the 5th largest in the world. It is also the largest producer of natural gas liquids in North America. With 137 years of industry experience and innovation, the company has become a top-tier petroleum manufacturer, an expert in supply and optimization, and a winner of the highest safety award in its industry.
Phillips 66 is a well-known manufacturer of gasoline, diesel, jet fuel, lubricants, and natural gasses. The company offers engine oils for tractor-trailers, trucks, and busses, keeping them protected and in peak condition.
As an authorized distributor of Phillips 66, Pacific Petroleum offers a wide range of products such as transmission fluid, turbine oil, grease, compressor oil, hydraulic fluid, gear oil, food grade, metalworking fluid, motor oil, specialty lubricant, and engine oil. Pacific Petroleum is responsible for importing, marketing, and distributing Phillips 66 products and services in Australia. The company also manufactures and markets other major lubricant brands such as Red Line and Kendall.
Phillips 66 Lubricants has built a good reputation in different lubricant markets including agriculture, automotive, aviation, construction, industrial, mining, and power generation.
For many years, the company has been standing behind its word. “Keeping the world running smoothly.”