Emerging markets account for the majority of commercial vehicle demand today with about one-half of all trucks now operating in undeveloped countries. The harsh driving conditions in these regions place a premium on controlling engine oil oxidation.
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Issue 67: January 2015 Lubes'n'Greases Magazine
Europe, Middle East and Africa
Driven by the growing need for environmentally friendly tires and other rubber products, Russian process oils manufacturer Orgkhim plans to expand its activities in Asia, Eastern Europe and the United States.
Although API Group I base oil dominates Kenya’s lubricants market, some Group IIs have entered the arena. And blenders forecast increased demand for higher quality oils.
The Middle East remains a stubbornly Group I market at a time when global standards for finished lubricants are rising. But efforts to reduce emissions and boost performance will drive the region to better quality base stocks.
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