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Contents ISSUE No. 164 August 2021


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Automotive HDDO Packaging


Lube-Tech: The use of Alternative Feedstocks as Renewable and Biodegradable Lubricants


Cover image courtesy of Afton Chemical, page 10


10


Top tier oils drive profitable fleet management


Alan Henderson, Senior Marketing Specialist for Heavy Duty Engine Oils, Afton Chemical


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Extended producer responsibility of packaging in Belgium Tine Cattoor, Secretary, General Lubricants Association Belgium


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Buyers pause as Group I price rally screeches to a halt Clara Toellner, Europe Base Oils Reporter, Argus Media


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Enabling commercial vehicles to move cleaner Alex Brewster, Product Manager Commercial Engine Lubricants, Lubrizol


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Lube-Tech: The use of alternative feedstocks as renewable and biodegradable lubricants Martin Kingsley, R&D Manager, Argent Energy Ltd


40


Workplace Trends for 2021 James Moorhouse, Director, ABN Resource


Regulars:


Presidents’ Reports Editor’s Comment Industry News UEIL News


Local Report: ASEAN ICIS Base Oil Report


Upcoming Industry Events


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Lube THE EUROPEAN LUBRICANTS INDUSTRY MAGAZINE


ISSUE No. 164 The official journal of


August 2021


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Flexible thinking: packaging for a sustainable future Jorge Gonzalez Alvarez, Regional Sales Manager, Consumer Packaging, Korozo Group


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Ecolabeling and recycling of lubes packaging for greener environment Dr Srđan Sokolović, Expert coordinator for chemicals and waste management, NIS Gazprom Neft


ISSN 1744-5418


2021


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