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Volume 21, Issue 6: June 2015 Lubes'n'Greases Magazine


Grease Pays Dividends at Tata Steel

When messy, melting grease created headaches at the company’s new pelletizing plant, it found a better lubricant to keep its iron ore gliding along.

Big Deals, Big Consequences

Financial analysts are speculating that BP may be ripe for takeover. What could happen if new owners took a wrong turn with its valuable Castrol brand?

Refiners Eye Gold Rush to Iran

With an historic accord on the anvil, Iran is eager to re-engage with global markets -- and outsiders could be welcomed as base oil and lubricant partners.

GM's Success Is Lifting Dexron Sales

General Motors required 11 million gallons of long-lived Dexron VI automatic transmission fluid last year, a milestone for the world’s most prominent ATF brand.

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