LIQUI MOLY grew from a small additive producer to an engine oil brand known all around the globe and already the Nr. 2 in Germany. At the beginning of LIQUI MOLY, there was a silvery glimmer. The glimmer came from molybdenum disulphide, a dark grey crystalline mineral. This additive improved the lubricating ability of the oil, lengthened the life time of the engine and even protected it when there was no oil left for lubrication. And even gave its name to company, liquid molybdenum disulphide, LIQUI MOLY. This product paved the way to success. From this one additive, an entire range was developed. Today it numbers in excess of 1000 products: Engine and gear oils, additives and vehicle care products, workshop equipment and service products. While Additives are still a main focus, more and more emphasis is being placed on engine oils today. Despite LIQUI MOLY being up against big name competitors in the shape of large companies like Shell, BP (and the associated Castrol brand) and Exxon (and the associated Mobil brand), this medium-sized company has consistently nibbled away at the market. Today it’s known as a Top Brand. In Germany, LIQUI MOLY is one of the leading producers of engine oils and is the undisputed market leader when it comes to additives.