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Volume 20, Issue 7: July 2014 Lubes'n'Greases Magazine

Features

Solid Demand for Metalworking Fluids

The global metalworking fluids market will grow at 2.3 percent per year, and reach 2.5 million tons by 2017, predicts Kline & Co. Wonder who the dominant suppliers are in each region? Read this and find out.

Food Processing Lubes: A Full Plate

By tracking a range of buying habits, big data suppliers are gaining insights that may bring engine oil marketers closer to customers than ever before.

The Puzzle of Behavioral Marketing

By tracking a range of buying habits, big data suppliers are gaining insights that may bring engine oil marketers closer to customers than ever before.

India Embraces Quality

The world's third-largest lubricants market may have plateaued in terms of volume, but players throughout India remain upbeat as buyers move up to higher-value products.

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