The Veedol brand has a long history of use in several of the world’s important lubricant markets.
And the Veedol brand has stirred the feelings of nostalgia and credibility among the people around the world.
New energy has infused this brand with a renewed commitment to quality, service, and relationships.
Veedol has continued to flourish as ‘the professional’s choice’ and continue to grow as a leader in the lubricants market.
The liquid gold, known as petroleum was found in US, Pennsylvania. In 1913, it also became the birthplace of Veedol, produced by Tide Water Oil.
By its commitment to manufacturing using superior quality virgin base oils and top-notch additives, Veedol has grown to become the world’s finest motor oil.
Veedol has secured its place in history as it was the motor oil chosen by Henry Ford to be the used in the Model ‘T’ which was the world’s first mass-produced car.
It was also the chosen lubricant for the first airship to fly around the world, the Graf Zeppelin whose journey began from Germany.
Veedol was also the chosen lubricant for the first non-stop flight across the Pacific Ocean from Japan to the USA, in a 1931 Bellanca J-300 plane aptly named ‘Miss Veedol’.
Millions of motorists around the world have at one time or another used Veedol Lubricants for their cars, minivans, SUVs, trucks, motorcycles, commercial and recreational vehicles.
Veedol’s relentless commitment to quality and products had carved a special position for the brand not only in the consumer’s mind but in fields such as aviation, spacecraft, motor-spot etc.
Veedol is now working on revival and consolidation of existing markets and also to enter with great vigor into newer territories.
Veedol aspires to be one of leading lubricant brands globally.
In October 2011 Tide Water Oil acquired 100% of the shares for Veedol International Limited.
Veedol International Limited is registered in Glasgow, U.K. and has the global rights to a wide portfolio of registered trademarks for the master brand – Veedol – as well as its associated product sub-brands and iconic logos.