Chevron Philippines Inc., the official marketer of Caltex in the country, has announced the latest addition to its lubricant line Delo, the introduction of the Delo SLK SAE 15W-40.
The latest product from Caltex, the Delo 400 SLK SLK SAE 15W-40 meets the API CK-4 CJ-4, CI-4 PLUS/SN or ACEA E9 performance standards to address the needs of diesel engines and is designed to cut the cost of transportation and logistics companies.
Also intended to boost the performance of various diesel engines, the recently-unveiled member of the Delo line offers improved oxidation stability, which allows engines to have extended drain intervals, enabling smoother and undisrupted operations even for vehicles operating under severe operating conditions.
Caltex also claimed that the new Delo 400 SLK has engineered an exceptional anti-wear system that improves protection against corrosion and wear.
Chevron Lubricants for Philippines Area Business Manager Hafiz Nasar cited
Chevron Corporation has told its employees around the world to delete Tencent’s WeChat app from their work phones, describing it as a “non-compliant application” in a staff email seen by Bloomberg News.
Any staff that don’t delete the Chinese social media and chat app will have their access to Chevron’s internal system revoked, it said.
The American oil giant is one of the first companies in the US to take the Trump administration’s ban of the social media and chat app on board.
A federal judge blocked the US government from banning WeChat app downloads from Sunday, September 20. The US Commerce Department said it will challenge the order, and that the app poses a national security risk.
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US oil company Chevron has ordered staff worldwide to delete WeChat off their work phones, despite President Donald Trump’s ban on the app being blocked