ZIC reckons it’s the world’s strongest oil, and it’s offering big prizes to workshops which sign up for ZIC to visit them to show you its products, initially taking its workshop experience to Auckland.
Here are the prizes: for every workshop in Auckland, the tech who can hold two six litre ZIC bottles of oil horizontally for the longest wins a cooler bag. On top of that, the workshop with the strongest tech in their neighbourhood, wins a set of custom ZIC jackets. But even better, the workshop with the strongest tech in Auckland will win a massive $5,000 oil credit with ZIC for the workshop, PLUS $1,000 for the strongest tech from the winning workshop.
And to give you a chance to test its claims, when ZIC visits a workshop the reps will give a free bottle of ZIC oil for each workshop tech to test ZIC’s performance in their personal vehicles.
Keen to test ZIC oil or already love it? To celebrate our summer promotion, use the code ‘SUMMER’ online to receive 10 percent off your total order and receive free shipping from ZIC before December 31, 2015.
ZIC says it’s the world’s strongest oil, with superior performance because of it, and provides many benefits. The company says ZIC oil has easier cold starts leading to reduced wear on the engine as 20 percent to 30 percent of engine wear occurs between start up and the time the engine reaches optimal temperature. ZIC leads to fuel savings as a result of reduced friction of moving parts, thus an overall better engine performance and longer life.
ZIC is manufactured by SK Lubricants, the world’s largest supplier of Group III base oils producing fully synthetic lubricants, used by global major oil suppliers, and is the 15th largest finished lubricants brand by volume. SK’s refinery located in Ulsan, South Korea is the third largest refinery in the world, producing more than 70,000 barrels of oil per day.
SK Lubricants start the process by pumping crude oil into tanks, then hydrocracking the oil to produce base oils. SK Lubricants production includes adding their own additives and blending to make ZIC. ZIC superior quality has meant they are the factory fill fluid for Hyundai and Kia vehicles, and the ZIC Dexron VI is a GM approved product supplied as a factory fill to more than 70 percent of all GM vehicles produced in South America and Australia.
The extensive product range offered by ZIC covers a vast range of vehicles within the industry. With the increasing number of specialty transmissions now being developed for the automotive industry, ZIC’s innovative and progressive manufacturing process can cater for a wide range of automatic and manual transmissions.
Workshops can sign up on the newly designed website at www.zic.co.nz or call 0800 ZIC OIL for the company to visit your workshop. ZIC’s Ultimate Smoko Experience runs to the February 28, 2016.