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6th ICIS & ELGI


Industrial Lubricants Conference

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18 - 19 June 2019 // NH Collection Amsterdam Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky, Amsterdam

Strengthening lubricant performance by focussing


on innovative formulation
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Post-Conference Metalworking Fluids Seminar
Gain insight from leaders in the metalworking fluids sector in this focussed half-day seminar, analysing recent

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reclassifications in the Biocidal Products Regulation, the outlook on growing industries for metalworking fluids,
the use of water miscible versus neat oils and much more.

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The evolving lubricant needs of varied end-applications pose a challenge for the full industrial lubricants supply chain, and with

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each end-use requiring different lubricant performance factors, it is important to focus on innovations in formulation relevant to
any end-use industry.

The 6th edition of this key industry event will focus on just this to explore opportunities for strengthening overall lubricant
performance. Support the commercial and technical aspects of your business with agenda topics covering both perspectives to
provide a comprehensive view of the latest trends in the industry. With content designed for the full industrial lubricants supply
chain, The ICIS & ELGI Industrial Lubricants Conference is the meeting place for base oil producers, lubricant blenders, additive
manufacturers and more to gather, learn and discuss pressing issues pertinent to them.

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TOP REASONS TO ATTEND KEY CONTENT FOR 2019

Lubricants event focussing specifically on industrial applications The OEM perspective: Exploring sustainability
A driver for lubricant within industrial
Roundtable session: Investigating pressing challenges
development lubricants
to lubricant end applications — Join the discussion to
strengthen your understanding of specific challenges to Examining new Growth in market

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lubricant end-applications certifications for opportunities for
- Food grade — Review challenges with NSF H1 certification hydraulics greases

- Marine — Environmentally acceptable lubricants in marine


stern tube applications greases and lubricants

- Wind — What are the evolving lubricant needs for turbines NEW SPEAKERS THIS YEAR INCLUDE:
in this sector?

- Rail — Analyse parameters and regulations for greases and Atlas Copco Lubrizol

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lubricants
Bosch Rexroth DNV GL
7+ hours of networking time — Discuss ideas, challenges and

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business opportunities with your peers and new faces during BP Afton
the many networking breaks scheduled into the agenda
Nestlé Quality Schlegel und Partner
Attendance from the full industrial lubricants supply chain Assurance Center

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Register by Friday 29th March 2019 to save €300 - Quote promo code ILE19BROWEB
www.icisevents.com/worldlubricants +44 (0) 20 8652 3887 events.registration@icis.com
CONFERENCE DAY ONE CONFERENCE DAY TWO

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18 June 2019 19 June 2019

08.00 Registration and refreshments 13.30 Roundtable session: Investigating 08.50 Welcome and Chair’s opening
pressing challenges to lubricant end remarks
08.50 Welcome and Chair’s opening remarks
Terry Dicken, Chairman, ELGI
applications
Roundtable topics include:
09.00 Developments in new chemistry:
09.00 Base oil market considerations Extreme pressure additives
1. Food grade—Review challenges with NSF H1
• Driving factors behind base oil price movements in • Examine the latest developments in
certification
2019 extreme pressure (EP) additives
Lionel Spack, Senior Expert Food Contact Material,
• Review current base oil availability and upcoming • Insights into the challenges involved with
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capacity changes receiving approval on new additives
• Assess future supply and demand dynamics 2. Marine— Environmentally acceptable lubricants • What are the specialised end-uses for EP
in marine stern tube applications additives?
Sarah Trinder, Senior Editor, ICIS
Oystein Åsheim Alnes, Principal Engineer, DNV GL
09.40 The OEM perspective: A driver for 09.40 Growth in market opportunities
3. Wind—What are the evolving lubricant needs for
lubricant development turbines in this sector?
for greases
• How can lubricant manufacturers support OEM • What new sectors are there for grease
Helen Ryan, Distinguished Advisor Industrial, applications?
needs? AFTON CHEMICAL
• Insights into OEM views on future lubrication • Review viable options for grease
requirements 4. Rail—Analyse parameters and regulations for manufacturers in light of rising lithium
• How are OEMs dealing with current legislation? greases and lubricants use in batteries
Anup Chalisey, Lead Vehicle / Infrastructure • Evaluate demand for biodegradability in

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Elke Van Gulck, Technology Engineer Lubricants greases
Interface Engineer, RSSB
& Gases, ATLAS COPCO
Silke Brand-Kirsch, Executive Partner,
10.20 Refreshment break and networking 14.50 Refreshment break and networking SCHLEGEL UND PARTNER

10.50 Best practices in defining parameters 15.30 Exploring sustainability within 10.20 Refreshment break and
of lubricant testing within condition industrial lubricants networking
• Update on the current perspectives for
monitoring
sustainability
• Insights into the demand for standardisation of 10.50 How viable are energy efficient
testing parameters • Overview of the technical criteria for European
Ecolabel
lubricants?
• Review the challenge of varied end-use • Identify factors that challenge the growth
specifications on testing • Analyse potential impact of new criteria on the
of energy efficient lubricants
• How can best practice within industry form more lubricants industry
• What are the conditions necessary for
efficient testing methods? John Eastwood, Head of Global Business testing these lubricants?

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Mike Volante, Managing Director, OIL CHECK Development - Energy Technologies, CRODA • How can the Viscosity Index (VI) aid in
LABORATORY SERVICES LTD. the development of these lubricants?
16.10 One year after the registration

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11.30 Examining new certifications for deadline: Has REACH hindered 11.30 Evolving lubrication needs for
hydraulics innovation? turbines
• Compare and contrast the different certifications • How has REACH affected the development of test • Investigate the impact of turbine
• What opportunities are there for innovations products? development on lubricant formulation
in industrial lubricants within these new • Assess the challenge raised by material
• Assess the impact on the European market of a
certifications?
decline in registered chemicals specifications in this sector
• Identify the requirements necessary to fulfil these
• How has REACH influenced the R&D of new • Best practices for preventing rolling
certifications moving forward
products? contact fatigue
Martin Wahl, Sales Product Management Axial
Piston Products, BOSCH REXROTH 16.50 End of conference day one 12.10 Chair’s closing remarks

12.10 Lunch and networking 17.00 Networking drinks reception 12.20 Lunch and end of conference

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POST-CONFERENCE METALWORKING FLUIDS SEMINAR

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19 June 2019

13.20 Chair’s opening remarks 14.50 Afternoon refreshments and networking


Terry Dicken, Chairman, ELGI
15.20 Assessing the use of water miscible versus neat oils
• How are changing regulations affecting the use of water miscible oils?
13.30 Manufacturer’s views on metalworking fluids trends
• Analyse factors that influence selection of water miscible versus neat oils
• Discuss outlook on growing industries for metalworking fluids
• Evaluate the impact of additives on both fluids
• How can manufacturers drive innovation in the industry?
• Consider the growth of specialist areas for metalworking fluids
16.00 Formulation considerations of metalworking fluids
Mathieu Boulandet, Global Product Development Manager, Industrial, BP

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• Review the challenge of compatibility with additive packages and metalworking
fluids
14.10 Developing metalworking fluids in line with biocides • How have environmental considerations affected metalworking fluid
regulation formulation?
• Review recent reclassifications in the Biocidal Products Regulation • Best practices for formulating fluids in consideration of changing machinery
• Examine alternative non-formaldehyde release biocides
• What will be the effect of reformulation and relabelling in 5-10 years?
16.40 Chair’s closing remarks and end of seminar
Uwe Falk, Global Commercial Manager Biocides, LUBRIZOL

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DELEGATE NETWORKING AREA
Can’t wait until June to start discussions that could boost your business? Start interacting with
other attendees as soon as you register to attend with our Delegate Networking Area.

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PLUS MANY MORE NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES:

Refreshment Lunch Drinks All of these breaks have been specially designed to
breaks breaks Reception give our attendees the opportunity to maximise their
attendance at our conferences.

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VENUE
The 6th ICIS & ELGI Industrial Lubricants
Conference will take place at:
NH Collection Amsterdam DELEGATE FEES
Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky Early Booking Fee Standard Booking Fee*
Dam 9, 1012 JS Amsterdam
The Netherlands
Bookings before 29th March Bookings from 30th March
Tel: +31 (0) 20 554 9111 Conference Only
Web: www.nh-hotels.com/hotel/nh- €1,150 +VAT €1,450 +VAT

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Bookings before 29th March Bookings from 30th March
Conference + Seminar
€1,650 +VAT €1,950 +VAT
ACCOMMODATION
ICIS have negotiated a special rate * Standard booking fee is applicable to all registrations made after Friday 29 March 2019
for delegates at the NH Collection
Amsterdam Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky.
GROUP DISCOUNTS
The accommodation information can

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be found on the conference website. The following group discounts are available for attendee booking on to the conference from the same
company at the same time. This discount is available from 29 March 2019:
5% discount per delegate when 3 or 4 delegates register from the same company at the same time
10% discount per delegate when 5 or more delegates register from the same company at the same time

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

ICIS Events offer a variety of sponsorship opportunities including thought leadership,

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networking – at private lunches, dinners and in the exhibition area - as well as high profile
branding opportunities.

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Contact us to discuss your bespoke package, built to support your business objectives.

Media Partners: Stuart Arnold Lynn Neil Parvez Shariff


Global Sponsorship Manager Global Sponsorship Manager Global Sponsorship Manager
(Europe and US) (Middle East) (APAC)
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+44 (0) 7973 981 017 +44 (0) 7827 939182 +65 8430 2550
Email: Email: Email:
stuart.arnold@icis.com lynn.neil@icis.com parvez.shariff@icis.com

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