Fuchs Petrolub AG

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Fuchs Petrolub AG

Mannheim, Germany

Company's website: www.fuchs-oil.com

T: +49 62138020

Public (FSE: FUCHS)

Contact: Mr Stefan R. Fuchs, CEO

Launched in 1931, Fuchs Petrolub manufactures and distributes lubricants for hundreds of applications - including lubricants for automotive, mining and steel industries, mechanical engineering, construction and argicultural equipment.


In total, the Fuchs Group currently employs a workforce of approximately 3,800 people in 49 companies in Europe and overseas.

40% of all German vehicles rolling off the conveyor are filled with Titan oils (one of the brands of FUCHS automotive oils).

FUCHS in Russia

In Russia, the FUCHS Group is active through its 100% subsidiary FUCHS OIL RUSSIA with offices in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Yaroslavl and Yekaterinburg.

For 15 years, FUCHS has been one of the leading international lubricant players in the Russian market.

Plants in Russia

In 2008, FUCHS OIL launched its own lubricant production at a plant fitted out with state-of-the-art equipment in Yaroslavl.


In 2011, an advanced plant project was launched in Kaluga Oblast. On 19th September, 2013, the official opening ceremony of the plant was held. The plant’s maximum production capacity will be 40,000 tonnes of products per year.

The total investment of the project amounted to more than EUR 15 million.

The new facility meets the highest standards in terms of quality, safety and environment and will produce a wide range of lubricants for automotive and industrial applications. With the new plant, FUCHS finalizes an important step in Russia to supply domestic and international customers in many different industries like automotive, steel, mining, automotive components, food, transportation, off high way, and agriculture with high quality lubricants manufactured according to German technology.