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This is your last chance to register for Best Practices for Machinery Lubrication. We have only 3 seats left; therefore, do not miss this opportunity to register!


Best Practices for Machinery Lubrication

21st & 22nd May 2009

Shanghai, China




How are you?


MARTIN LINKING is convening the Best Practices for Machinery Lubrication on 21st &22nd May 2009 in Shanghai. It’s a two-days  workshop which focuses on the lubricants inspecting, monitoring and pollution control; application of lubricating oil, lubricant procurement and machinery lubrication; the important role of lubricating oil played in saving energy and reducing consumption, current status of the company machinery lubrication and lubrication market developments of modern equipment. Therefore delegates will be able to rule out the machinery lubrication problems and hydraulic failure to meet the needs of modern machinery lubrication management.


If you are not relevant, could you help me to forward this information to the people who are related? Thanks for that! 


Benefits of Attending Include:                                                    

l Understanding the importance of machinery lubrication, avoid misunderstanding of the lubrication

l Learning the advanced technology of oil inspection, cleaning and lubrication management

l Building reliability through contamination control

l Selecting the correct lubricants (greases) for each machine application

l Looking at ways to enhance lubricant performance through high-performance additives

l How to optimize lubricant selection/procurement

l Detecting and analysing machine wear debris

l Best practices for storing, handling and managing lubricants

l Oil rehabilitation and used oil analysis basics

l  A range of case studies taken from manufacturing industry


About the trainer:

Prof. Dazhong Wang  - Professor of Harbin Institute of Technology, Director of Chinese Tribology Branch of China Mechanical Engineering Society (CMES), Chief lubrication expert & Deputy director of Education and Training Committee of the communication centre of China Equipments Management Association, Deputy director of the Science and Training division of equipment and maintenance branch of CMES, Member of Correspondence Education of China Equipments Management Association


Professor Wang has trained:

l   Shanghai Shenmei Beverage & Food Co., Ltd

l   Outokumpu Copper Tube (Zhongshan) Limited

l   DSM (China) Limited

l   Bunge Grain and Oil Co., Ltd

l   Tianjin TCL Building Materials Co., Ltd

l   Changsha Zhongyi Group Co,Ltd

l   Sino-Swed Pharmaceutical Corp. Ltd

l   SHIMANO Company Limited

l   Guangxi Laibin (B) Power Plant

l   Shenyang Emerson Climate Technologies Co., Ltd

l   Shandong Aluminium Industry Co., Ltd

l   China National Tobacco Corporation, Jiangsu

l   Guangzhou Honda Automobile Engine Co., Ltd

l   Sinopec Great Wall Lubrication Oil-Beijing R&D Centre


Two days training fee is 4995RMB.


Please find an agenda in both English and Chinese attached with this email. Please do not hesitate to contact me should you have any queries.


To register the very limited 10% off seats, simply fill out the registration form, attention it to Martin Geng and fax it to + 86 28 6552 1233.

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Best Regards, 

Martin Geng


Martin Linking Business Consulting Company Limited

Room 808A, Times Plaza, No.2 Zongfu Road, Chengdu,

Sichuan 610016, China


T: +86 28 65521255

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We are dedicated to offer our clients cutting edge information they can use immediately.


Upcoming Martin Linking events:  


Title       : The 2nd Plant Managers Forum 2009

Date      : 21st - 22nd May 2009

Location: Shanghai, China

Link       : http://www.martinlinking.com/documents/ws/pm2_ws.pdf


Title      : Upgrade the Practical Skills of Business Channels of Pharmaceutical Enterprises under the New Medicine Situation

Date     :  18th & 19th June 2009

Venue   : Shanghai, China

Link      : http://www.martinlinking.com/documents/ws/pbc_ws.pdf


Title      : Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) Best Practice 2009

Date     :  30th & 31st July 2009

Venue   : Shanghai, China

Link      : http://www.martinlinking.com/documents/ws/tpm_ws.pdf


Title      : Continuous Application of Behavior-Based Safety 2009

Date     :  30th & 31st July 2009

Venue   : Shanghai, China

Link      : http://www.martinlinking.com/documents/ws/bbs_ws.pdf


Title      : Best Practices for Sustainable Corporate Social Responsibility 2009

Date     :  20th & 21st August 2009

Venue   : Shanghai, China

Link      : http://www.martinlinking.com/documents/ws/csr_ws.pdf


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