Lubricant Expo will now take place on the 6 – 8 September 2022, at Messe Essen Germany.
Tuesday, 4 May 2021
The inaugural Lubricant Expo will now take place on the 6 – 8 September 2022.
In response to unprecedented interest from the industry and key customer groups, we are pleased to announce that Lubricant Expo is now extending to be a 3-day event, expanding in scale and scope to include a larger exhibition hall that will welcome 200+ exhibitors within a bigger area for customers and suppliers to connect. A multi-track conference serving key market sectors with more sessions and speakers will extend over the new 3-day format, offering suppliers and visitors greater time to network, enhance their knowledge and find the solutions they need.
The show has already attracted significant interest with support, exhibitors and speakers confirmed from leading organisations including, Shell, BP, Brenntag, Multisol, Croda, Eni, Graco, Valvoline, Carl Bechem GmbH, Bureau Veritas and many more.
Paul Hooker, Event Director at Lubricant Expo says “We have been delighted with the response and support from the industry since Lubricant Expo launched. Moving the event to September 2022 means we can now host a larger event, unlocking further opportunities for participants and visitors by creating a bigger exhibition space that can welcome more suppliers and an expected 4000+ visitors from around the world, creating a truly unmissable international event for the lubricant industry.”
Lubricant Expo advisory board member, Giuseppina Pisaniello, Head of Specialties and Additives at Eni Green/Traditional Refining & Marketing, says, “The aim is to hold this event on a larger scale, providing an unmissable opportunity for networking and business development and keeping to its main goal of getting people to meet and exchange views and information about their businesses.”
Lubricant Expo brings together the lubricant community and its customers with a free-to-attend exhibition and conference, providing visitors with the knowledge and suppliersthey need to reduce costs, improve efficiency, progress development and maximise the performance of their products and equipment.