This international award of achievement was given to ProOne for innovation, technical leadership, excellent quality, and achieving outstanding international environmental protection standards. The judging committee consists of a panel of international brand specialists and experts in areas including strategy, research, media, culture and art, as well as officials from government and associations and professors from the academic community.
Accepting the award on ProOne’s behalf were Elton Alderman, the President & CEO of ProOne, and Tim Wagner, Senior VP Technology and R&D. “We were thrilled to receive the Golden Global Brand of the Year Award,” stated Elton Alderman. “ProOne’s fuel and lubrication technologies are still relatively new in the international market place and it is quite an accomplishment for our team to have an international committee recognize the value of these technologies to our customers around the world.”
The awards ceremony was sponsored by the General Association of Global Brand Alliance and held in conjunction with the 3rd Global Chinese TV Media Conference. Nearly 50 well-known media groups mostly from China and elsewhere in Asia reported on the event.
Based in Orange County, California, ProOne, Inc. (ProOne), the operating division of ProOne Holdings, Inc., is in the business of developing and marketing high-performance, earth-friendly lubricants and fuel products for oil & gas, commercial, industrial and retail customers. The product family includes a new generation of advanced lubricants, greases, fuel additives, cutting oils, spray lubricants, hydraulic fluids and automotive cleaners. The products are proprietary formulations based on metallurgical and molecular science that reduce friction substantially better than other products on the market, with over 50 times the film strength of conventional lubricants. For additional information on ProOne visit www.pro-one.us.
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