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Nynas has for many years played a prominent role when the leading players in the lubricant sector gather during the UNITI Mineral Oil Technology Congress. This year’s event will be no exception.
The UNITI Mineral Oil Technology Congress, which will be held on 17-18 April in Stuttgart, offers a programme for both specialists in the lube and fuel sector and experts from the mechanical engineering and automotive industry. Areas discussed will include everything from the most recent industry trends to practical applications.
In parallel with the conference there will be a major exhibition, where Nynas will be presenting its products and services. The exhibition represents an excellent platform for sharing expertise and offers a great networking opportunity on an international level.
But even the day before the doors are opened for UNITI, Nynas, the biggest European manufacturer of naphthenic base oil, will be holding a seminar – Nynas Forum on Industrial Lubricants (Industrieschmierstoff-Forum, ISSF) – aimed in the first instance at small and medium-sized enterprises in the German market. This is the fourth time that the ISSF will be held, and it enjoys steadily increasing popularity in the industry.
The fourth Nynas ISSF will include several interesting subjects covering sustainability-related issues and current trends, one of them being the Sustainability Initiative of the German Lubricant industry (NaSch).
“I hope that this year’s ISSF will provide an attractive forum for the industrial lubricant industry, offering interesting presentations and an opportunity for valuable discussions. Personally, I would be very pleased if the event helps to strengthen the Sustainability Initiative and create more awareness within the industry,” concludes Thorsten Wolff, General Manager Nynas Germany.
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