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Lubricants

Shell is first lubricants supplier to get IMPA ACT accreditation

Shell Marine has become the first company involved in the development, supply and support of marine lubricants to receive accreditation under the International Marine Purchasing Association’s IMPA ACT Sustainable Maritime Suppliers scheme. The preferred supplier status is conferred within the IMPA Responsible Supply Chain Management Initiative, which seeks to improve …
Fuchs Petrolub posts 9% increase in 2016 sales revenues

Germany’s Fuchs Petrolub SE, the world’s largest independent lubricant manufacturer and marketer, reported an increase in sales revenues of 9% last year to a new record of EUR2.3 billion (USD2.47 billion). In the first half of the year, growth was attributed in particular to its acquisition of Pentosin and Statoil …
New JASO DL-0 expected to eliminate low quality oils from Asian market

Obsolete API categories, such as API CF-4 or below, account for more than 40% of the diesel engine oil market in Asian countries where exhaust emission regulations range from Euro I to Euro IV. Speaking at F+L Week 2017 last week at The Four Seasons Hotel in Singapore, Kazuo Yamamori …
Millions of TGDI engines in China may require gasoline particulate filters

Turbocharged Gasoline Direct Injection (TGDI) engines are now being offered by all Chinese domestic OEMs as well as joint venture companies. Owing to astonishing growth in late model passenger car sales in China, more than 24 million units last year alone, these new powertrains are widespread throughout the country. Speaking …
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