There were over 66 million heavy-duty trucks and 320 million light-duty commercial vehicles in use worldwide in 2017

It is forecasted that in 2030 there will be over 550 million heavy-duty and light-duty commercial vehicles in use worldwide

Emissions legislation and fuel efficiency requirements are driving the need for higher performance commercial lubricant technology

On-Highway Heavy-Duty Diesel News and Insight

The Automation Implication

The Automation Implication

How close is the “driverless” vehicle? Automakers are working toward that goal—we explore some of the most important implications ... Read More
Viscosity Grade v. HTHS Viscosity: What’s the Difference and Why is it Important?

Viscosity Grade v. HTHS Viscosity: What’s the Difference and Why is it Important?

As the drive for increased fuel efficiency and reduced greenhouse gas emissions continues, understanding the differences between engine lubricant viscosities ... Read More
The Impact of Fuels on China 6 & Vice Versa

The Impact of Fuels on China 6 & Vice Versa

As emissions limits tighten, fuel quality becomes increasingly important.This is particularly true for China 6, with its added focus on ... Read More
Formulating Against the Spectrum of Diesel Deposits

Formulating Against the Spectrum of Diesel Deposits

In the drive for greater fuel efficiency and reduced emissions, fuel injectors have become susceptible to a wider spectrum of ... Read More
Deposit Control Additives Play a Critical Role in Today’s Fuels

Deposit Control Additives Play a Critical Role in Today’s Fuels

When developing multi-functional additives, the most important ingredient is the deposit control additive (DCA). Here we discuss its significance ... Read More
Durability and Sustainability: Two Sides of the Same Coin

Durability and Sustainability: Two Sides of the Same Coin

In cars, trucks, and industrial equipment, durability and sustainability are inextricably linked. Here’s why advanced fluids and lubricants have a ... Read More

Sustainability is Driving Change in Mexico. The Right Quality Lubricant is Essential.

As sustainability efforts drive change in the Mexican heavy-duty truck market, considering the role of engine lubricants is critical. Here’s ... Read More

Protecting Modern Hardware in Mexico Requires a Lubricant Market Upgrade

The commercial vehicle landscape is changing in Mexico, and the lubricants market must change with it. Here’s why OEMs should ... Read More

Are You ACEA 2016 Compliant?

From December 1, 2018, all engine lubricant formulations making ACEA performance claims must comply with the latest ACEA 2016 European ... Read More

Why Upgrading Mexican Market is a Necessity

The heavy-duty vehicle population in Mexico is changing, and that means baseline lubricant performance throughout the marketplace must change with ... Read More

BS VI and Its Implication on Engine Oil Additive Technology

In addition to impacting OEMs, BS VI will also impact engine oil additive technology in three ways ... Read More

BS VI and Its Implication on OEMs

Due to the forthcoming emission standards of BS VI in 2020, followed by more stringent BS VI (OBD-II) in 2023, ... Read More

Fleets are Changing. Your Bottom Line Depends on Lubricant Choice.

The heavy-duty truck landscape is changing around the world. In Mexico, there’s a clear need to upgrade the lubricants that ... Read More

Low Viscosity Engine Oil: Backed by Proponents of Tightened Fuel Economy Standards, Challenged by Others

How does engine oil meet economic challenges brought by the introduction of China VI emission standards for motor vehicles and ... Read More
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