As your requirement is for a one-time process to move data, I have left the macro rather more basic than usual.
I have assumed that the source workbook is in Excel 97/2003 xls format and that none of the worksheets (source or newly created destination) will have data beyond row 65535.
I suggest that you right-click the name tab of one of the worksheets containing your source data and select 'View Code' and paste the code into the large visual basic code window.
You can run it by placing the cursor on the name of the subroutine or anywhere within the subroutine code and clicking the f5 function key.
You should test this on a copy of your data, as changes made by macros cannot be undone with the undo function.
Some of the names you included in your post cannot be used as names of worksheets as they contain characters not permitted in worksheet names. As a result I have included code to remove the most likely non-permitted characters and replace them with underscores.
"72 -Depetanizer O/H" will go into a tab named "72 -Depetanizer O_H"
Here is the code:
'code to be used only once - so no error checks included
'code as basic as possible
Dim ws As Worksheet
Dim rngCell As Range
On Error Resume Next
'loop through worksheets
For Each ws In ActiveWorkbook.Worksheets()
'loop through rows based on content in column C
'assume Excel 2003 or earlier
For Each rngCell In ws.Range("C1", Range("C65535").End(xlUp).Address)
'get content in col. C
strName = rngCell.Text
'as some characters aren't permitted as worksheet names
'make some substitutions
strName = Replace(strName, "/", "_")
strName = Replace(strName, "\", "_")
strName = Replace(strName, "*", "_")
strName = Replace(strName, "[", "_")
strName = Replace(strName, "]", "_")
'test if a worksheet of that name exists
'if no worksheet - creates error & resumes next
If Worksheets(strName) Is Nothing Then
'worksheet doesn't exist, so create it
Worksheets(Worksheets.Count).Name = strName
'copy row to new worksheet
'worksheet exists, so copy row to it
.Offset(1, 0).PasteSpecial Paste:=xlPasteAll
Let me know if this works.