in the past I used the same product for the same reason
I thought I was the only one
I consider SKF a company that manufactures very high quality products, but in the lubrication sector many other choices exist in the market. It depends on availability as well.
I also tried to find the LGEV version (higher viscosity -solid lubricants) in order to have one product for the chassis lubrication spots as well. I concluded that a dedicated product for avoiding seizing is better performing, Kestas wrote a very useful post, I would use copper anti-seize paste for steel bolts or a nickel containing one for the high alloy ones (exhaust etc). Loctite-Henkel products are easy to find were I live. Mind the tightening torque every time you use such a product, the product may lower the coefficients of friction so take care not to strip the threads.
Now my experience: the product LGEM has low resistance to the elements, it will not prevent corrosion. This is my experience from my applications, it gets washed away very easily. You can also search among Klüber product range (should be available easily in DE).
The following products are on my list for a trial, both are hi visc ones.
Klüberplex BE 31-222-502
Klüber Staburags NBU 30