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INDUSTRY NEWS Global Lubricant Week 2018 – Moscow


Presented as the Largest Lubricant Industry Event in Eastern Europe, this year’s 14th GLW 2018 took place in Moscow’s magnificent Radisson Royal Hotel. The event hosted more than 55 key speakers from 29 countries with more than 630 delegates in attendance during the 3 day event.


The conference was formally opened by Kiril Vereta, General Director of LUKOIL, on Wednesday 10th October. His welcome speech was followed by Thilo Krapfl, Director of Customer Relations EMEA at Evonik Oil Additives whose address highlighted Digitilisation and e-mobility as key industry issues.


The packed first day programme featured Kline’s Konstantin Melnichuk and APL Group’s Timothy Hadaway discussing ‘Opportunities in a Low Growth Environment for Base Oils and Finished Lubricants Players’ and ‘Developing Lubricant Tests with Innovative Technologies’ respectively. Both ‘opportunities’ and ‘innovative technologies’, were themes that permeated the conference throughout later sessions.


Presentations on global and local market growth drivers and consumer perspectives were followed by a session focusing on Industrial and Automotive OEMs. Afternoon highlights saw Lubrizol’s Regional


Business Manager, Colin Morton, raise key questions on the challenges of LSPI fuel economy in the Eastern Europe/Russian markets’ and Thomas Ruehle, Technical Services Manager, BASF, discuss ‘Additives Solutions for Modern Turbine Oils’.


The high level programme continued on Day 2 with Base Oils and Additives centre stage. Topics of significant interest included new technologies, regulation, ecology and re-refining. Attention was given to the ‘Changing Group II Landscape in Europe’ by Infineum’s Dr Yannick Jullien, Lubes Customer Services Technical Manager EMEA and ‘Electric Vehicle outlook and Impact on Lubricants/Additives’ by Frederick Berger, Area Sales Manager at Chevron Oronite.


All presentations were delivered with Russian/English simultaneous translation (keeping the non-speaking Russian delegates happy) with regular Q&A sessions for interactive delegate engagement. The accompanying exhibition of lubricants and industry related companies and organisations allowed for plenty of networking.


LINK www.rpi-conferences.com


“Advanced Engineering 2018... the country’s largest sector show of its kind” as the exhibition celebrates 10 years


Graham Stuart, Minister for Investment, hailed Advanced Engineering 2018 “the country’s largest sector show” as exhibitors and visitors had a fantastic time, completing new contracts, developing business relationships and seeing the latest innovations the industry has to offer.


Mr Stuart MP, of the Department for International Trade, added: “I’m delighted to be here at Advanced Engineering 2018. It’s the country’s largest sector show of this kind and we are surrounded by great British engineering...


“The UK leads the whole of Europe in terms of the amount of investment it attracts, and just over recent weeks, we’ve seen another £10m of foreign direct


54 LUBE MAGAZINE NO.148 DECEMBER 2018


investment into UK advanced engineering... Advanced Engineering offers enormous opportunities for the future and young people right across the country should consider entering this buoyant market.”


This year the show had two new zones, Nuclear Engineering and UK Contract Manufacturing, which complimented the existing areas dedicated to; Aerospace Engineering, Composites Engineering, Automotive Engineering, Performance Metals and Connected Manufacturing.


Next year we’re excited to introduce Medical Device Engineering to the show floor. To book your stand for the 2019 show contact aeuk@easyfairs.com or visit www.advancedengineeringuk.com.


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