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The Lubes’n’Greases family of publications, market reports and custom research is the most diversified and respected resource for independent news, data and information for the global lubricants industry.
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The UK Lubricants Association actively represents member company’s interests both at home and overseas. Representing the majority of the UK Lubricants Industry, the UKLA is actively engaged with other trade associations, such as UEIL, ORA, UKPIA etc. on matters impacting the industry, through participation in consultation, representation and lobbying to UK and European Government and industry authorities.
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Lube Magazine is a bi-monthly publication featuring news and technical articles from across the lubricants industry. Lube is published by the UKLA and is the Official Journal of UEIL. It is distributed to readers in 119 countries and via relevant sector Trade Events.
 
For further information please visit www.lube-media.com/lube
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ILMA
 
Since 1948, the Independent Lubricant Manufacturers Association (ILMA) has been the voice of member companies that produce more than a quarter of U.S. automotive lubricants and three-quarters of its metalworking fluids for customers who use their products to improve performance and increase efficiency. A Thriving Lubricants Industry Means A Thriving American Economy!
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The ELGI established in 1989 is an independent, self-governing scientific and technical institute, active in the field of tribology dealing with lubricating greases and associated products and is involved in all aspects of this product group, particularly those concerning the technical, economic, ecological and legislative positions in Europe.
 
A number of working groups have been created to deal with important issues in the European grease market. Current topics include Railway Lubricants, Bio-based Greases, Fundamental Research, Food Industry Lubrication, Test Methods, Aerospace Greases, Education & Training and Grease & the Environment, Grease Shelf Life, REACH, Grease Particle Evaluation.
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