LubeAsia 2007, an international exhibition of lubricants, greases, oils, fluids and raw materials, will be held from 24-26 February 2007 on NSIC Exhibition hall, Okhla, New Delhi.
“It would provide a wonderful and fruitful platform for exhibitors from across the globe to showcase their product,” says VK Bansal of Nexgen Exhibitions Pvt Limited.
The LubeAsia 2007 has received a very positive response and its participants include all the major names from the lubricants industry. “LubeAsia 2007 will be a meeting point for manufacturers, services providers, consumers, sellers, resellers, retailers in the oil, lubricants, greases segments thus providing a unique opportunity to exhibitors to interact with highly targeted and closely focused visitors who are potential customers and to strengthen corporate image and make new business contacts”, says VK Bansal.
Supported by Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL), Indian Institute of Petroleum, Indian Chapter of National Lubricating Greases Institute, USA, Petroleum Re-Refiners Association of India and the Indian Industries Association, the exhibition is first ever of its kind in India.
The exhibition will provide an excellent opportunity for exhibitors to display their product, see the latest offerings from the oil, lubricants, greases and related industry, spot potential customers and discover new frontiers in technology related to lubricants and greases. Manufactures, suppliers, re-refiners, toll blenders, importers, exporters, auxiliary & support product and service providers, equipments and technology providers will participate in the exhibition. The automotive segment will comprise varieties of engine oil, gear oil, greases, coolants and brake fluids.
India consumes about 3% of global production of various kinds of lubricants. Indian Lubricant market is forecast to grow by an estimated 2%. Asia Pacific countries are predicted to show the most volumetric growth followed by other countries. India and China are expected to lead the phenomenal growth and are expected to become the lead lubricant consuming countries due to growing vehicle populations, vehicle usages and increased industrial activities. Quality levels in India need to be upgraded in view of new generation of vehicles.
The exhibitors will also show various kinds of industrial oils like hydraulic fluids, metal working fluids, compressor fluids, turbine oil, mineral oil, spindle oil, transformer oil, rubber processing oil and other special purpose greases. The exhibition will also display wide range of refining and blending equipments, storage and handling of oils and lubes, pumps and packing equipments, testing and measuring instruments and equipment.
LubeAsia 2007 will target visitors from all segments where lubricants matter. LubeAsia will specially focus on bulk and direct consumers from State Road Transports Corporations, Railways, Defence, Airlines, Automobile Manufacturers, DG set manufacturers and Garage Operators.