Meet DYM Resources at the 24th ICIS World Base Oils and Lubricants Conference

11.11.2021 Conference
Meet DYM Resources at the 24th ICIS World Base Oils and Lubricants Conference

DYM Resources is attending the 24th ICIS World Base Oils and Lubricants Conference from February 19th to 21st in London. The conference provides its participants with industry insights, information on the market trends and trade dynamics.

Networking sessions, C-level speakers, training courses – the leading industry conference is aimed at helping the players better shape their strategy und better understand the market.

“Base oils and lubricants market is on the urge of great changes, it is important to understand global trends and World base oils and Lubricants conference is the exact place to do our market research and meet clients and suppliers” – Denis Varaksin, director lubes and base oils for DYM Resources says.

Main topics covered at the conference:

  • Future of motoring and future of mobility
  • IMO 2020 impact on base oils market
  • Electric cars and lube demand
  • Sustainability and the circular economy

Among attendees and speakers there will be such market leaders as: Nest, Exxon Mobil, Chevron, Puraglobe, SK Lubricants, Croda, Shell, Gulf Oil, Valvoline, Orlen Oil, Calumet, Motive, Avista, Hyunday, Repsol, GS Caltex, Total, BASF, and others.

DYM Resources is a trading firm focused on base oils, waxes, bitumen, petroleum coke and biofuels. The company is supplying base oils from Russia, Belarus, Europe, and multiple other locations.

DYM Resources delivers Group I base oils SN 150, SN 350, SN 400, SN 500, SN 900, SN 1200 and BS-150, Group II HVI-2, as well as Group III VHVI-4, VHVI-6 and VHVI-8 globally in bulk tankers, flexi-containers, rail tank cars, trucks, and iso-containers. The company also supplies finished engine lubes, industrial oils and lube additives including viscosity modifiers and lithium hydroxide.

To schedule a meeting with DYM Resources at the conference do not hesitate to contact us per email

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