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What We Do

Our Vision

  • To become the trusted voice of the Asian lubricants industry;
  • To support the development of high quality lubricants through our influence;
  • To provide exceptional value to our members.


We work closely with our members, government institutions, affiliated agencies and the general public to build trust, employing a persuasive yet collaborative approach.


We remove barriers to innovation and the production of quality lubricants whether they are regulatory, knowledge-based or practical issues.


Our goal is to provide exceptional value to our members, tailored to their individual requirements, regardless of the size or type of lubricant manufacturer.

Our Goals

  • Gain recognition from Asian governments and their agencies as the leading authority in the region’s lubricants industry.
  • Promote a favourable public perception of the Asian lubricant sector and align with organisations that help achieve this goal.
  • Establish strong working relationships with national and international associations sharing comparable objectives.
  • Seek affiliation with ‘like minded’ bodies such as ILMA, UEIL, STLE, ELGI, NLGI.
  • Generate awareness among user industries.
  • Enable collaboration between companies to promote innovation and growth.
  • Bridge the gap between policy, research and practice.
  • Provide input to international technical industry bodies.
  • Identify, monitor, report and respond to public policy issues affecting the Asian lubricants industry.
  • Promote industry best practice and guidance on ethical standards in the region, for example – tackling the threat of product counterfeiting.
  • Build a strong organisational structure that caters to the needs of all members and enhances innovation.
  • Provide an effective networking environment and nurture member participation.
  • Protect and advance member interests in industry wide issues.
  • Act as a ‘clearing house’ for the distribution of technical knowledge.
  • Develop and implement effective education and communication initiatives to delineate advice, information, news, legislative change, and encourage professional development.
  • “It’s not the strongest species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the most responsive to change.”