Yet, the depreciation of national currency and a sharp rise in prices for foreign lubricants forces them to find a commendable alternative to imported products in the Ukrainian market. A local manufacturer of oils and lubricants, Agrinol has always been closely associated with an agricultural sector. At the very beginning, the company manufactured traditional machinery oils and calciferous grease for farming machinery and industrial plants.

Now, Agrinol is the largest manufacturer of oils and lube products in Ukraine. The company has more than 500 products for various pieces of equipment that are sold in Ukraine, Europe, Asia, and Africa (more than 30 countries around the world). To this day, their lubricants are widely used in farming machinery of Ukraine, CIS countries and abroad. All products are manufactured with the help of the European OEMs with reference to the international technologies and meet the latest quality standards. Agrinol is a member of the National Lubricating Grease Institute (NLGI), USA and the European Lubricating Grease Institute (ELGI). Currently, Agrinol is the only manufacturer of lube products in Ukraine that has a complete manufacturing cycle from the processing of raw materials and production of grease and lubricants to packaging of final products using its own packing materials.

The efficiency of the equipment performance and its operating life depend on the maintenance quality and, in particular, on choosing the right grease. The equipment construction becomes increasingly complex, and the fleet of an agricultural enterprise is typically represented by different brands. Agrinol offers multipurpose oils with an adaptive formula that activates additives at the right time, thus helping to provide the best protection for the engine under various loads. The company is fully confident in the quality of their products, that’s why it conducts public tests of their oils under operational conditions. Recently, the John Deere 9500 combine harvester and the John Deere 8400 tractor were filled with Agrinol 15w40 CI-4 oil. High-quality oil ensures operation of machines for up to 250-300 operating hours without refilling. An average oil consumption is 35l per 250 operating hours. In Ukraine, an average rate of work of combine harvesters is 500 operating hours per season. Tests are conducted at a large agricultural enterprise involving the press and independent laboratory studies.

Historically, Ukraine has been the largest producer of lubricants, providing the former USSR with oils and greases and selling them abroad.

However, the economic stagnation in the 90s and the state of Ukraine’s economy that lagged behind Russia ultimately resulted in poor running of most of the lube enterprises and their complete layoff shortly thereafter. The technical and scientific potential of the lubricant sector has been in a process of disintegration. The main goal of Agrinol is to recover lost ground of the field. That is why the company promotes the market of lube products, implements its own high production standards, develops and maintains the scientific background of the field, introducing the world’s latest technologies.


The agricultural sector of Ukraine tends to amalgamate the farms; large agricultural holdings obtain more and more land. The agricultural holdings cultivate the land with the help of ultra modern equipment, therefore the fleet of foreign farming machinery will be growing together with the demand for high-quality lube products. Promotion of products in the agricultural machinery market is highly important to Agrinol, that is why the company is ready to prove the compliance of their products with technical standards and requirements of modern machinery in public.


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