Founded in 1923 as an independent lube manufacturer, Verkol is in the midst of rebranding itself as part of the Quaker Chemical family of products.
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Issue 88: October 2016 Lubes'n'Greases Magazine
Europe, Middle East and Africa
East Africa’s manufacturing industry holds huge potential for expanding the industrial lubricants market in the region.
Turkey is a rare bright spot for refiners and lubricant marketers in the Middle East, but political instability threats to stunt growth.
Demand for lubricant additives is expected to grow at just 1.5 percent annually by 2019.
Replenishing the antioxidants in a turbine oil instead of recharging the system can provide significant cost savings, risk reduction and performance benefits.
Bench tests currently in use cannot mimic the oxidation mechanisms of real engines and may restrict future formulation development.
ExxonMobil reports on the growing use of API Group II base stocks.
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