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Multi-year MoD contract success for local experts The Race Group

A leading Black Country lubricants specialist has won a new four-year contract from the Ministry of Defence, taking their buyer-supplier relationship to a whole decade of working together.

The Race Group, based in Brierley Hill, has welcomed the Ministry of Defence (MoD) decision to award the four year contract for lubricants, greases and associated products supporting land, sea and air defence.

The MoD is one of the UK’s biggest national buyers with annual purchasing power in excess of £20 billion – and only companies that meet its high standards become suppliers.

Highest quality

Partnerships with leading brands including Castrol, BP, Total, Elf and Dodge make The Race Group ideally positioned to provide the MoD with the highest quality products and services.

The Race Group also works with independent car and truck workshops, commercial workshops, truck and bus fleet owners and operators, agricultural resellers and dealers, and a range of industrial manufacturers.

"Very proud”

Tony Harris, Race Group Co-Director, said, "The Race Group has worked with and supplied lubricants to the defence group for the past six years. We are very proud to have been awarded a new four year contract.

"Our team’s high level of skill and knowledge provide a comprehensive technical and procurement solution to the MoD, supported with high performance products meeting the Defence Standard requirements, ensuring reliability and trust throughout all defence sectors.”

For more information about the range of products and services supplied by The Race Group, just visit

For details of future MoD contract opportunities in a range of sectors, visit 

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