Growing API Group III production in the Middle East is rebalancing global supply and demand. It will support growth not only in U.S. and European markets, but also in Asia and Africa.
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Issue 64: October 2014 Lubes'n'Greases Magazine
Europe, Middle East and Africa
Current trends in resin pricing and recycling play a major role in determining which material to use in packaging and where to source those materials.
Africa is a small but growing consumer of finished lubricants, but government spending on infrastructure will boost demand in the continentís lubricants market.
The European Unionís 2008 waste framework directive emphasizes recycling and rerefining of waste oil. The regionís rerefiners expect the regulation to drive growth in the industry.
Tungsten disulfide nanoparticles hold promise as extreme pressure and antiwear additives in grease.
Local and international brands are competing for a share of Tanzaniaís thriving lubricant market. Hereís a look at the prospects and challenges in the sector, especially counterfeiting.
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