U.S. production was steady throughout 2016 but slipped 7.4 percent from the year before. Naphthenics dropped for the sixth year in a row.
Volume 23, Issue 4: April 2017 Lubes'n'Greases Magazine
When it comes to the latest thinking on sustainability, steel drums and other industrial containers are ahead of the curve.
The versatility of pine chemicals can allow formulators to clean out the toolbox in favor of a multipurpose additive.
Shifts in the regions political scene and trends in the automotive sector indicate a slow but positive outlook for South Americas lubricants market.
With new alloys, processes and regulations, one industry expert thinks the future looks neat.
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