We know that utilising lubricant technology to increase productivity and improve protection is crucial if you’re to maintain a competitive edge in the Aerospace industry, particularly when managing heavy workloads. Large-scale projects inevitably bring with them onerous deadlines. At the same time we appreciate that keeping pace with technical innovations and ever-changing legislation makes it difficult for you always to have state-of-the-art applications and processes in place.
That’s where Castrol’s Liquid Engineers come in, because we work closely with our customers to provide tailored services built around your strategic needs. We do all we can to keep on top of the technological development of lubricant-consuming processes to provide valuable expertise, while continuing to embrace innovation in order to further improve your operations and outputs.
Castrol has been working alongside the Aerospace industry for over 100 years, including research and close involvement in the development and improvement of processes with customers, suppliers and other key industry groups.
Together with our parent company BP we remain committed to the development of the Aerospace sector and the improvement of lubrication, production techniques and safety. Our Liquid Engineers are hugely experienced across the industry, which helps them understand the challenges you face and provide specific technical advice when and where ever you need it.
Our experienced experts can provide all the advice and guidance you need to keep your operations running smoothly. We can advise you on the most applicable products to suit your specific needs and ensure they’re supplied on time, within budget and in a sustainable manner. By working with some of the largest brands in the industry, we can achieve high quality, high productivity and lower costs.
Our specialists can make use of Castrol’s 13 local technology centres around the world and these cutting-edge facilities allow us to support you when it comes to best use and risk-assessment to help you overcome challenges such as downtime and supply disruptions.