LSI Chemical joins prestigious Independent Lubricant Manufacturers Association (ILMA)

ILMA is the primary professional association formed to improve laws and influence public policy, share the latest research and technical information and promote commerce for the automotive and industrial lubricant and metalworking fluid industry.

LSI Chemical is pleased to announce acceptance into the prestigious Independent Lubricant Manufacturers Association (ILMA). ILMA is the primary professional association formed to improve laws and influence public policy, share the latest research and technical information and promote commerce for the automotive and industrial lubricant and metalworking fluid industry. 

LSI Chemical manufactures oil additives, fuel additives and base oils while utilizing patented Nano technology. New LSI Chemical products solve one of the most troublesome issues of nano-particles – keeping them suspended over time to ensure an unsurpassed level of performance and product appearance. 

LSI Chemical President Todd Cawley, says, “We appreciate being invited to join ILMA which has supported the interests of North American lubricant manufacturers, suppliers and distributors to ensure growth for a sector of the economy that is credited with almost 13 billion dollars. Our company is backed by over 30 years of lubricant R&D with a major focus on Nano technology for the automotive, metalworking and industrial markets. We look forward to supporting the goals and mission of ILMA with our resources and time. Even though this year’s fall annual meeting has been cancelled, we are seeking ways to engage with members and show our support in a meaningful way this year.”

For more information about LSI Chemical, visit LSIchemical.com or call LSI Chemical President, Todd Cawley, directly at 801-541-6050.


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