ProOne Appoints Syed Bukhari Traders as Exclusive Distributor for Pakistan
COSTA MESA, California July 26, 2020 – ProOne, Inc. announced the appointment of Syed Bukhari Traders as its exclusive distributor for Pakistan.
Asghar Ibrahim, President of Syed Bukhari Traders, has a long history of manufacturing and wholesaling products in Pakistan, ranging from jewelry, clothing and most recently oil-related products. Based in Karachi, Mr. Ibrahim was introduced to ProOne’s proprietary line of
high-performance lubrication products and immediately decided to add ProOne to his company’s portfolio and introduce the technology in Pakistan.
Syed Bukhari Traders and ProOne Inc are working closely together to launch the product line and help companies in Pakistan who experience challenging lubrication problems with their critical equipment.
Mr. Ibrahim said, “We are excited to be able to introduce ProOne’s unique technology to Pakistan. Now we can offer our clients ProOne’s lubricants and greases, which have been proven all over the world to solve lubrication problems, reduce maintenance costs, and add to customers’ profits. ProOne technology can help our clients meet their toughest lubrication challenges.”
“ProOne has wanted to introduce our products to the Pakistan market for several years and we are extremely pleased to partner with Syed Bukhari Traders to achieve this goal,” said Lawrence Kahn, CEO for ProOne. “Asghar Ibrahim is an outstanding business leader and shares our enthusiasm for the products and the opportunity.”
Based in Orange County, California, ProOne, Inc. has developed lubrication technology that can be demonstrated to be over 50 times greater film strength than conventional lubricants. The product line includes Drilling Fluid Treatments which has been used in over 1,500 wells to reduce torque and drag by as much as 50% and increase rate of penetration in lateral wells, yet are plant-based, biodegradable and environmentally friendly.
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