REPSOL, S.A. appointed UMW Lubricant International Sdn Bhd (ULI) as the exclusive Principal Agent, to deal with REPSOL branded automotive, motorcycle and industrial lubricating oils and ancillary products, excluding marine oils, manufactured or sold by RYLESA.

In July 2011, Repsol began producing Repsol Lubricants in local plant. ULI managed to developed with cutting-edge technology and meet Repsol’s standards in quality and image. Additional, Repsol has become a well-known brand by becoming a main sponsor for Honda team in MotoGP.

About 200 outlets has been registered for nationwide distributors in distributing Repsol products inside the local market. In line with UMW Corporation tagline ‘beyond boundaries’, the management have put a lot of afford in order to make sure every process such as importation, marketing, sale, distribution, manufacturing and toll blending comes together for sufficient products supply locally and internationally.
REPSOL History

Formerly known as Campsa in 1927. In October 1987, with a symbolic capital (60,000 ptas), the INH creates Repsol S.A. as a result of the rearrangement of the Spanish petrol sector and adapting to the changes at a world-wide level.

Its activities encompass exploration, production, transport and refining of petrol and gas. Repsol S.A. goes on to have 5 affiliates: Exploración (previously Hispanoil), Petróleo (previously ENPETROL), Butano (previously Butano S.A.), CAMPSA and Petronor. Repsol QuÍmica (Alcudia), initially an affiliate of Repsol Petróleo, later also becomes an affiliate.

The group takes its name from a brand of lubricants commercialised by REPESA, for its visibility and easy pronunciation in different languages and

with the objective of becoming a leading brand of world prestige and recognition.

Repsol successfully concluded operations to recover fuel from the shipwrecked oil tanker Prestige, under the commission of the Spanish government. The company was awarded the Platts and Global Energy awards for the best Engineering Project in 2004, owing to the innovation and technology displayed to face the technical challenges posed by the operation.
The UMW Group

The UMW Group is one of the largest company and also one of the leading industrial enterprises, serving the economies of Malaysia and the Asia-Pasific region.

The UMW Group is RM10 billion company and ranks among the foremost corporations listed on the Bursa Malaysia. Its net assets exceed RM5.1 billion and its workforce numbers more than 12,000 employees spreading worldwide serving customers through an extensive business network.

The UMW Group focuses on its 4 core businesses:



Manufacturing & Engineering

Oil and Gas

The UMW Group holds exclusive rights for Toyota in Malaysia whilst being the biggest local shareholder in Perodua. It also notably holds the franchise of Toyota Forklift, Komatsu, case, Pennzoil, KYB, BOMAG and Rosenbauer.