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Publishers Letter


LubesnGreases has launched its digital edition. Now you can choose the familiar print edition youre holding, or the new, identical electronic edition – or both.

Best of all, digital-edition subscribers anywhere in the world will receive the complete magazine instantly, and absolutely free.

Whats a digital edition? Its an exact replica of the print magazine, complete with every article, photo and ad, that you can read on your computer screen online or download to your computer to read later. You can print individual pages as they appear in the magazine, or print or e-mail individual articles in text format, to read or share with a colleague or save.

Digital-edition subscribers will receive an e-mail the day the print edition is ready to mail with a link to the new issue. One click, and you can open LubesnGreases on your computer screen.

To receive the digital edition, go to and click on subscriptions.

Want to take a look at the digital edition ?rst? Go to /am/welcome/LNG/LNG.asp to see the current issue. And please let me know what you think.

K udos to API and the members of its Lubricants Committee for including stronger cautionary language about obsolete engine oil categories in the new Motor Oil Guide, issued Nov. 30 to coincide with the ?rst licensing of SM oils. (See the updated Guide online at; click on SM Shelf Card.) API is ?nally giving consumers clear information about widely marketed SA and SB oils: Dont put them in todays vehicles.

All of us at LNG Publishing Co. wish you peace and prosperity in the New Year.

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