Moroccoís lubricant market is expected to grow 2.5 percent annually over the next several years, driven primarily by the automotive segment.
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Issue 99: September 2017 Lubes'n'Greases EMEA Magazine
An oil analysis laboratory can play an important role in keeping machinery operating. However, the laboratory must be equipped with both the best analytical instrumentation and fluid know-how to be effective.
Lukoil Lubricants has its eye on the Middle East to expand its business. Shifts in the geopolitical landscape and the regionís growing trade importance provide a strong business case for this initiative.
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