This Windows based management system offers computer based stock control and security for the accurate dispensing of bulk lubricants in car & truck workshops.
In today's market place it is more important than ever to ensure that workshop businesses are as efficient as possible.
This is a South African developed system and manufactured locally incorporating unique features.
It offers opportunities to reduce losses from unrecorded transactions, reduces waste and controls costs.
Spokesman for Engen Petroleum, Sydney Bruckner, said fuels and lubricants remain a core component of Engen's product range, and with the ever-increasing complexity of motor vehicle technology, Engen is focused on ensuring that motorists are able to maintain their vehicles with high quality products engineered for South African conditions.
"Engen's stand at Auto Africa will display selected premium products from our automotive and industrial range of lubricants, and we will run a competition from October 23-27 where the trade and public can win a wide variety of Engen merchandise," he said.
Engen's 1 Stops and Vacation Stations will also be on show, with visuals of their sites and product offerings such as Quick Shops, Absa, Wimpy Fast Food, Tourist Information Bureaux and the play centres for children called Fun Stops.
Brochures on Discovering South Africa, and information booklets on the various Fun Routes around Engen 1 Stops will also be available.
For motor sport enthusiasts, Engen will be displaying Tschops Sipuka's Volkswagen Polo Classic racing car at the exhibition. Tschops himself will visit the expo from October 25-27 and will sign copies of his posters as give-aways to some lucky visitors.
VIP tickets to the Engen boma at Kyalami and hampers of Engen merchandise can also be won in a competition at the stand.
Part of the exhibit will also include a display of the "Snack Zone" - a new self-service initiative that forms part of Engen's Quick Shop offerings.
This concept is to be rolled out in the Western Cape between January and March 2003, followed by Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal, and the rest of the country.