BASF, GO Pakistan sign MoU


Observer Reporter


BASF has entered a partnership with Gas and Oil (GO) Pakistan to help vehicles improve fuel efficiency and reduce their environmental impact. A memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed in the presence of Faisal Akhtar, Managing Director, BASF Pakistan and Zeeshan Tayyeb, Chief Operating Officer, GO Pakistan.
Under the MoU, GO will use BASF’s wide range of additives for conventional fuel to reduce fuel consumption and emissions. In addition, both parties will exchange knowledge to serve local customers in Pakistan better. “Air pollution is a pressing issue in Pakistan. With GO’s expertise in the downstream petroleum business and our world-class components and formulations, we aim to bring chemistry-driven innovations to the automotive industry in the country,” said Faisal Akhtar.

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