Lube and fuel sector specialists, mechanical engineers and representatives of the automotive industry gathered at the UNITI Mineral Oil Technology Congress, held in Stuttgart, Germany on August 30-31. The topics of the Congress moderated by Prof. Dr. Joachim Schulz included current trends and future developments in the lubricant and fuel industry.
Technical and academic researches regarding lubricants, fuels, engine oil additives and base oils were presented during the Congress, followed by expert discussions during communication breaks. The congress provided an excellent platform for sharing expertise and offered a great networking opportunity on an international level. Companies had a chance to introduce their new products and services in the exhibiton area specially prepared for the participants.
Strengthening Business Relationships
The congress, which was also include representatives of the automotive industry, enabled the participants to reach a much wider audience. The congress, which strengthened the relations and dialogue between stakeholders, also had a great potential in terms of developing new business relations. The congress, where expertise and experience were transferred at the international level, opened the door to new cooperation and trade opportunities for the participants.
With the strong presence of the auto industry, the Congress enabled participants to reach a much wider audience. While strengthening the relations and dialogue between stakeholders, it offered a great potential in terms of developing new business relations. The Congress, where expertise and experience were shared at the international level, opened the doors to new cooperation and trade opportunities for the participants. Nearly 150 leading companies of the lubricant industryparticipated in the UNITI Mineral Oil Technology Congress, where Lubricant World magazine was one of the media partners.
The Congress presented a comprehensive program on issues concerning the lubricants industry. The sessions of the Congress included topics such as sustainability, e-mobility, industrial lubricant trends and formulation challenges. The participation to preliminary seminars was offered to the attendees in the run-up to the Congress. NYNAS pre-seminar about industrial lubricants was held in German while the BASF pre-seminar regarding the trends of the automotive industry in English. Get-together evenings and social events organized within the scope of the Congress program enabled participants to meet each other in more social surroundings.
Congress Moderation by Prof. Dr. Schulz
The congress was moderated by Prof. Dr. Joachim Schulz, who is known for his academic studies in mineral oil technology. Dr. Schulz has been the Honorary Professor at the University of Bremen since 2013. During his career he has worked as a R&D Head Chemist of leading lubricant companies in Europe, such as Shell Metalworking Europe, Raziol, WISURA and Fuchs-Group Europe. Prof. Dr. Schulz currently works as a Chief Scientist Forming at ML Lubrication GmbH.