Posted on: Wed 4th Apr 2018
Nimac Ltd is pleased to announce its new partnership with Adichem AG and Additiv-Chemie Luers GmbH effective from the 1st April 2018.
Nigel McDonald, Nimac’s Managing Director, welcomes the new arrangement: “My relationship with Adichem spans over 18 years with myself having already undertaken technical sales for Adichem in Western and Southern Europe. This partnership demonstrates the commitment by both companies to provide Adichem and Additive-Chemie Luers customers with exceptional value added services. The Additiv-Chemie Luers products are an exciting complementary addition to our existing product portfolio and it further strengthens our leading position within the lubricants industry”
About Additiv-Chemie Luers
Additiv-Chemie Luers GmbH was founded in 1948 and are one of the leading European manufacturers of metalworking fluid additives and additive packages within Europe. The Additiv-Chemie Luers portfolio includes additives for the formulation of lubricants, cleaners and corrosion preventatives. Additiv-Chemie Luers are specialists in additives and packages for the quick and effective formulation of metalworking fluids, industrial lubricants and related applications.
About Adichem AG
ADICHEM AG was founded in 1993 and manufactures in Germany a range of speciality corrosion inhibitor packages and polybutene tackifiers.
Effective immediately, Nimac Ltd will be supplying Adichem and Additiv-Chemie Luers lubricant additives and corrosion inhibitors across the United Kingdom and Ireland.
Posted on: Wed 5th Jul 2017
This year MOL are celebrating their 110 year anniversary and Nimac was privileged to be a part of an invited group of international distribution partners from across the globe who enjoyed the hospitality of MOL in the idyllic surroundings of Lake Balaton near Budapest.
Posted on: Fri 9th Jun 2017
NiMAC attended the 2017 ELGI AGM in the beautiful city of Helsinki where a diverse range of papers were presented to the attendees. The meeting welcomed colleagues from 26 countries offering a strong networking platform on an international scale. This year’s conference focused on ‘Innovation: The Future of Grease Lubricants’. The event programme included addresses from key industry personnel and specialists in the lubricant sectors who highlighted current trends and future developments within the sector.
Posted on: Thu 17th Nov 2016
On the 2nd of November 2016 over 300 members of the UK lubricant industry’s most influential people gathered at the Jumeirah Carlton Tower in London for one of the most prestigious networking events of the lubricants calendar, the UKLA (United Kingdom Lubricants Association) Annual Dinner.
Posted on: Fri 30th Sep 2016
The third edition of the Industrial Lubricants conference, organised by ICIS and ELGI, will be returning to Amsterdam on November 9th and 10th this year and NiMAC’s Nigel McDonald is looking forward to attending.
The event, which covers both commercial and technical topics, will be taking a closer look at some of the key drivers in the industry including base stock availability, new regulations and OEM requirements which influence formulation.
Posted on: Fri 16th Sep 2016
On September 11th NiMAC’s Managing Director Nigel McDonald and partner Kerrie Richards joined 41,000 others to take part in the Great North Run, raising over £400 for charity in the process.
The 13.1 mile annual race from Newcastle to South Shields is the largest half marathon road race in the world, attracting competitors from 178 UN member states which is more than any other running event in history.
After completing the gruelling course in a rather respectable 2:04, Nigel wasn’t that keen on signing up for the 2017 race just yet, ‘It felt like the entire route was up hill!’ laughed Nigel.
Thanks to donations from NiMAC and the Directors of Hornett Brothers over £400 was raised for their chosen charity, Macmillan Cancer Support.
Posted on: Wed 29th Jun 2016
During the lovely Italian spring was the time of the 28th ELGI Annual General Meeting. This first warm weather of the year, as well as the illustrious city of Venice formed the perfect frame for a conference focused around preserving natural resources and green lubrication. As a company that is committed to always act with the environment in its mind NiMAC could not miss the chance to attend.
Posted on: Mon 16th May 2016
NiMAC Ltd has entered a distribution agreement with MOL LUB LTD offering a range of grease thickeners and additives into the UK lubricant industry. These grease additives include NSF registered aluminium complex grease thickeners to allow a one step grease manufacturing process with virtually no alcohol release and also a soap yield improver . The additives include a dithiocarbamate anti-oxidant and EP additive.
MOL, with their headquarters in Budapest, is a member of the international MOL Group, one of the largest companies in Central and Eastern Europe.
Posted on: Mon 22nd Feb 2016
On January 12 – 14 the Technische Akademie Esslingen (TAE) celebrated the 20th International Colloquium Tribology and NiMAC Ltd were delighted to be part of it.
Europe’s largest international conference on tribology and lubrication was attended by 650 participants from 34 countries.
Over the course of the three days there were 200 presentations running in 8 parallel sessions from some of most prestigious tribologists from all over the world. Emphasis was placed on engine lubrication, machine elements, energy efficiency, metal working fluids and condition monitoring.
The Esslingen conference provided a unique platform for the exchange of knowledge and networking between the industry and universities.
Posted on: Mon 21st Dec 2015
NiMAC Ltd recently attended the 2nd ICIS Food Grade Lubricants Conference and Industrial Lubricants Conference in partnership with the ELGI which was held in Amsterdam.
Attended by over 150 international lubricant and grease manufacturers this years’ key note speech was delivered by Wouter Burggraaf on The pivotal role of food safe lubricants in the compliance and regulatory agenda. The speech gave an understanding of how the international food companies should approach the regulations regarding health, safety and hygiene throughout the supply chain.
“A well organised and interesting couple of days that have been informative and a good opportunity to network in a relaxed atmosphere”.