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Volume 25, Issue 9: September 2019 Lubes'n'Greases Magazine



Theres no denying it - EVs are going to dominate the lube lab and the road. Additive and lubricant companies share their offerings and insights on these silent disruptors.

When Australian Grease Goes Bad

After two recalls in Australia this year, grease makers examine how products can slip through the cracks of sophisticated quality protocols.

On the Heavy-duty Horizon

With stricter emissions regulations looming, the industry is already catching a glimpse of PC-12.

The Keys to Manufacturing Success

Running a prosperous lubes business in todays marketplace is no easy task. Several manufacturers give advice and share their greatest challenges.

To Extend or Not to Extend?

Leading global lube marketers have used product line extensions to squeeze every drop of value from their brands. Can the same strategy work for your company?

The Whats What of Waste

Leftover product often clings to the insides of industrial containers after theyve been drained. Definitions of empty vary, but too much residue could expose companies to risk.

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Lubes'n'Greases is LNG Publishing's flagship, award-winning, independent monthly magazine for and about the global lubricants industry. Every month, print and digital editions deliver hard news, features and informed opinions covering automotive and industrial lubricants, metalworking fluids, greases, base stocks, additives, packaging, biodegradable and synthetic products, companies, people, issues and trends affecting the industry.

The print edition is free to qualified subscribers in the United States and Canada and available on a paid-subscription basis elsewhere. The digital edition, an exact replica of the print magazine, is free to qualified subscribers worldwide.

All print-edition subscriptions include two popular supplements: the Global Guide to Base Oil Refining in June and the Global Guide to Nonconventional Base Stocks in September. Digital subscribers in the United States and Canada will also receive these supplements.