It is no secret that Chinaís state-owned enterprises donít always contract their lubricant-supplying peers. Many government agencies have shown preference to private multinational brands, believing they offer better quality. But that trend is changing. Read More
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In the year since its January 2016 initial public offering, Pakistanís Hi-Tech Lubricants Ltd. has invested around 1.2 billion rupees (U.S. $11.4 million) of the funds it raised, mostly on its foray into the fuel retail and service center businesses, which it said will be a boon to its lubricants sales. Read More
ExxonMobil broke ground on an additional research and development facility that will expand its 27,000 square meter customer support center in Shanghai, China. The multi-million dollar project is expected to be completed in early 2018.† Chevron Marine Lubricants now offers its used oil analysis service to ships calling at Chinese ports. Samples can be sent to its new testing laboratory in the Shanghai Chemical Industrial Park.