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Motorcraft Announces Bag-in-a-Box Oil and Automatic Transmission Fluid

Say good-bye to one-quart packaging and hello to Motorcraft’s Bag-in-a-Box Oil and Automatic Transmission Fluid package. You’ll appreciate how it streamlines the entire process for enhanced productivity and cost efficiency. Here are some of the benefits:

The new Bag-in-a-Box Oil and ATF is priced less than quart pricing. It saves storage. It maximizes floor space. And each container has an easy-pour spout that drains quickly and efficiently — this can result in increased productivity and less waste for businesses that use it.

You can stock any combination of the following six oils and two automatic transmission fluids: 5W-20 and 5W-30 semisynthetic oil; 5W-20 and 5W-30 full synthetic oil; 10W-30 and 15W-40 diesel engine oil; and MERCON V and MERCON LV automatic transmission fluid. More products are in the works.


Each box provides the equivalent of 24 quarts or six gallons of product. Each rack is the equivalent of 192 quarts. Motorcraft has made the package as environmentally responsible as possible: 100% of each box is recyclable and the bag waste is less than one plastic quart bottle.

The rack is sturdy and durable and can hold eight products all in one convenient place. It’s about the same size as one 55-gallon drum and allows you to provide the right oils/fluids at the right time, minimizing inventory shrinkage. Drip pans prevent spillage and wasted product.

To get going, call your Motorcraft Distributor today and let your customers enjoy Motorcraft’s efficient Bag-in-a-Box Oil and Automatic Transmission Fluid package.
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so it's got a little valve like a box-o-wine? i suppose one could put a piece of tubing on there & run the other end into the filler? or are these large bladders that require you to measure the oil volume before you fill? reason I ask, i could see myself hanging a 5qt bladder from the ceiling with a gravity feed tube going right in the crank case of my smaller vehicles, just like an IV lol


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Interestig , i always hated throwing away all those empty jugs

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I just burn everything once I'm finished an oil change, then I don't have milk jugs lined up around my shed.. oil burns, plastic Burns and I have no trash! Win win! Now, how do I re-install that smoke switch my dad took out.....

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i won't lie, it's handy to have some spare oil around to start up a wet pile of pushed timber! that's valid recycling, right?


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Just for the record, I don't burn my used oil, that and the jugs get properly recycled. I wonder how much more convenient this will be vs the box store gallon jugs. I may give this one a shot.

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i'm sure the box will be easier for transport. no jugs sliding around the bed!

& seriously, synthetic 5/40 burns nearly as good as diesel does as for a brush pile starter!


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so it's got a little valve like a box-o-wine? i suppose one could put a piece of tubing on there & run the other end into the filler? or are these large bladders that require you to measure the oil volume before you fill? reason I ask, i could see myself hanging a 5qt bladder from the ceiling with a gravity feed tube going right in the crank case of my smaller vehicles, just like an IV lol
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Almost 2 full oil changes in a box. Not too bad.

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