May 26, 2014
A. Manual automated generally utilize the same type of drive line lubricant as manual transmissions. However, It is necessary to know the specific manufacturer and their recommendations in order to confirm the recommendation.
by Mark Betner, Heavy Duty Lubricants Manager
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Posted @ Monday, May 26, 2014 12:00 AM
Heavy Duty Lubricants Manager
Mark Betner boasts 35 years of experience in the lubricants business. As the Heavy Duty Product Manager for CITGO Lubricants he is responsible for initiating and implementing the marketing of new products and human development programs and oversees communications with the media, trade shows and consumer education.
Prior to this, he was a field sales manager and technical training administrator at an independent lubricant company specializing in heavy equipment lubrication.
Mark earned a master’s and bachelor’s degree in both chemistry and biology from Indiana University. He holds a certification from the Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers and is a member of the Truck Maintenance Council.
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