Lubricant quality continues to improve, driven by regulations for fuel economy and emissions control. China has released their China VI emission standard for 2021, and India plans to skip Stage V and jump directly to Bharat Stage VI emission standard by 2020. ACEA 2018 is planned and ILSAC GF-6 tentatively set for 2020, both categories introducing new and replacement testing that will influence future additive formulations. These factors create new business and growth opportunities and challenges for the lubricant additive industry.
Key market developments and industry trends
Regions where growth opportunities exist
How the market is performing
The market's outlook
Project manager in the Energy Practice at Kline & Company.
David Tsui is responsible for lubricants and lubricant additives. With over ten years of experience in developing engine oils and formulating automotive lubricants.
Has an MBA from Rutgers Business School along with a chemistry background.
Global Lubricant Additives: Market Analysis and Opportunities is a comprehensive analysis of the global market for lubricant additives, focusing on consumption by additive and lubricant type, key trends, regulations, emerging fuels, leading marketers, market developments, challenges, and business opportunities.
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