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Lube Report 8 SEPTEMBER 2015

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September 8, 2015
Volume 2 Issue 36

Lube Report
Lube Report Asia Chinese








Dutch additive supplier BRB International is partnering with a Singapore engineering firm to build a viscosity index improver factory that will open next July.

Hi-Tech Lubricants Ltd., a Pakistani supplier of SK Lubricants’ Zic brand, is set to expand its share of the domestic market with a new blending plant and initial public offering.

Total Lubmarine, the marine lubricants arm of French energy giant Total, said its shipping activity in China’s Tianjin port has resumed following the area’s Aug. 12 explosion, yet is still subject to minor delays.

ExxonMobil and Tata Motors launched a range of co-branded lubricants offered for commercial vehicles.

Zhonghai Jinxiang Co. finished building a hydrotreater that will turn feedstock from a bitumen refinery into lubricating base oil. The facility, located in Luzhou city, Sichuan province, has capacity of 150,000 metric tons per year.  American Multi-Color Corp., which provides labeling for motor oil clients, has acquired Malaysia's Super Enterprise Holdings Bhd. (Super Label).  


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Despite the ups and downs of crude oil prices, base oil values have generally dropped in Asia on bearish sentiment and a downbeat outlook. – by Gabriela Wheeler



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