Demand is growing for synthetic greases. Wilfried Bartz says these products have impressive strengths - and some weaknesses - and that users should consider both.
Volume 29, Issue : October 2011 Lubes'n'Greases EMEA Magazine
An ExxonMobil distributor watched the company reduce its dealer network in Germany by 90 percent. Could it be a sign of things to come?
Europes auto and lubricants industries are developing a test meant to ensure engine oils dont turn to gel in cold weather. An American says they may be taking the wrong approach.
Gearboxes in wind turbines are wearing out and breaking with surprising frequency. The industry wants solutions. Lubricants and more effective maintenance could help.
Closures of Group I base oil plants have created a shortage of bright stock. That has spawned investment in new capacity and a search for alternatives.
Improperly packed shipping containers pose threats to people and property. The International Labor Organization wants to protect them by promoting best practices.
Grigoriy and Roman Lyubin built a business and brand in Ukraines challenging lubricant market. Now they are expanding into neighboring countries.
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