¨Right industrial lubricant can improve performance, increase productivity and thereby, contribute to the bottom line,¨ Rupinder Paintal, General Manager-Industrial, ExxonMobil Lubricants A recent joint study commissioned by consulting firm McKinsey and the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII)
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The Sharjah-based Universal Lubricant Group plans to develop Azhikkal Port in Kannur. The facility will be developed in two phases. Phase I will involve an investment of Rs 75-80 crore, which can be completed in three years. Once developed, the company plans to handle cargo such as plywood, lubricants, and base oil from the proposed facility at Azhikkal. It is learnt that the firm allocated Rs 150 crore towards developing the port.
Valvoline offers a range of lubricants that reduces the maintenance cost and also increases the life of the equipment. Mining machinery faces the toughest terrains and operating conditions which can adversely impact the lubricant performance, and lead to premature equipment failure.
ExxonMobil's new synthetic bearing lubricant helps companies increase oil drain interval by 2.5 times and saves around $30,000 kiln. India is the second largest producer of cement in the world after China. However due to unfavourable demand-supply scenario
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