Lubes’n’Greases May Issue Available


Lubes’n’Greases May Issue Available

The May issue explores why U.S. base oil production dropped off in 2022. This issue also includes feature articles about how one global metalworking fluid distributor is working to increase its sustainability profile as well as how lubricant companies can attract and retain quality employees. Plus, find out what regulatory bodies do to ensure continuity of licensing when engine tests fail.

Also in this issue:

Base Oil Report: Pricing

Trying to Explain the Unexplained?

Activity in the base oil market continues to be lethargic. Might a change be in store despite recent posted price decreases?

U.S. Base Oil Production Plummeted in 2022

What factors caused base oil production in the United States to drop off last year?

What to Do When a Test Fails

How do regulatory bodies ensure the continuity of licensing when an engine or bench test fails?

A Phase Change in Consolidation

Lubricant distributors have been through several phases of consolidation during the past few decades. Is the industry in the midst of yet another phase?

Lubes’n’Greases Magazine
May 2023

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