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15 - 16 November 2017 // Palais Hansen Kempinski Vienna, Austria The 4th ICIS & ELGI


Industrial Lubricants Conference


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DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE!*


New for 2017


 Is the drive for sustainability fuelling growth in biodegradable lubricants?


 White etched cracking in wind turbines - Assessing the role of lubrication


 Optimising energy efficiency in gear applications using high viscosity basestocks


 NEW! Metalworking fluids forum - attend the additional half day forum to take a deeper dive in to the challenges and opportunities in the MWF sector


Confirmed speakers include:


 Markus Scherer, Director Global Marketing and Product Development - Base Stocks and Metalworking, BASF


 Siegfried Lucazeau, Product Manager, Esters, NYCO  Szabolcs Vida, Managing Director, MOL-LUB KFT


 Thomas Norrby, Senior Technical Advisor Lubricants, NYNAS


 Sarah Trinder, Senior Editor, ICIS  Yana Wilkinson, Director, Energy Practice, KLINE & CO  Paul Whitehead, Director, WCA ENVIRONMENT


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