TransRep inks agreement with Maple Leaf Lubricants

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CALEDONIA, Ont. — Maple Leaf Lubricants has hired TransRep to help grow the sales of their lubricants to commercial trucking companies on both sides of the border. Burlington, Ont.-based Maple Leaf has an agreement with Coastal Integrated Services through its whollyowned subsidiary, Revolution Products, to market under private label all motor oil products produced by Revolution Products throughout Canada.

Maple Leaf Lubricants has signed an agreement with TransRep to gain access to their relationships with commercial trucking companies, according to officials.

“I am looking forward to working with the TransRep team. Maple Leaf Lubricants Inc.’s OEM-approved, integrated and proven technologies will establish a new benchmark for fuel efficiency that is good for the transportation industry and the environment,” said Grant Sanders, president of Maple Leaf Lubricants.

“We are pleased to be supplying Maple Leaf Lubricants Inc. with their product line. The group that they have hired to represent them, TransRep, is very respected in the commercial trucking industry throughout North America,” said Butch Conz, CEO of Coastal Integrated Services CEO.

Maple Leaf Lubricants and Coastal Integrated Services officials say their product can help boost the bottom line for trucking companies while promoting energy conservation through greater fuel efficiency.

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