Bluechem Australia – Powermaxx – Joins Forces with Cooper Murray

Bluechem Australia has today announced that they will be teaming up with Cooper Murray, as he looks to extend his lead in 2018 the Porsche Michelin GT3 Cup Challenge.

Bluechem Australia’s Powermaxx products include a range of service, maintenance and diagnostic products for many OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturers worldwide) and aftermarket service centres nationally now in Australia.

Made in Germany for more than 30 years and sold in 110 countries worldwide, many Bluechem products have been tested and certified as to their effectiveness. Bluechem launched their products to Australia in May 2014, with Neil Cochrane Director of the company.

With an eye for technical detail, Cochrane knew there was an Australian market for the Bluechem Groups – Powermaxx range and has since worked hard to showcase the complete range of Technical Fluids and Diagnostic repairsthroughout mechanical service centres around Australia and more recently, Burson Auto Parts now also stocking a range of Bluechem products.

“A vehicle’s life consists of different requirements determined by the demand and mechanical load. Vehicle owners and different applications create unique challenges for technology and materials,” explained Cochrane.

“Because of our constant research we keep our recipes up to date, but we also test new biologically degradable substances and make them ready for the market. This way we can always satisfy the growing need of our customers and reduce the contamination of the environment.

“As a result, there is a positive influence on the performance parameters
of motors such as fuel consumption, friction, exhaust emissions and accumulation of deposits.

“Thanks to the constant feedback of our global partners and customer network, we know the market requirements and are able to create ultimate solutions resulting in customer satisfaction.”

Cochrane is extremelyconfident that the new partnership with Cooper Murray will be a great chance to further showcase and market the brand.

“I’m pleased to be on board with Cooper in the Porsche Michelin GT3 Cup Challenge for the rest of this season and have the Powermaxx and Bluechem logo placed on the car to hopefully gain more interest in the brand and our products.”

The 16 year old Victorian, who is currently leading the Series Championship is also pleased to welcome the new partner on board.

“I’m really looking forward to having Bluechem, Powermaxx on the car for the remainder of the season. All the products are made in Germany so the fit is perfect with Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge in Australia,” said Murray.

The Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge will return to the track for round 3 at Phillip Island, July 1 – 3 2018.

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