German lubricant and aftermarket additive manufacturer Liqui Moly reported 26% higher sales for the first nine months of this year, compared to the same period in 2020. Although demand was higher, raw material supply bottlenecks hindered sales, the company said.
The company reported €554 million (U.S. $643 million) in sales revenue for first three quarters of 2021. “And it could be even more if we only got enough ingredients for the production of our oils and additives,” Managing Director Ernst Prost said in a news release.
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