The University of Malaya (UM) and Oleon signed a memorandum of agreement (MoA) on the 7th of April 2017. This agreement confirms that both parties will join each other in research in order to develop a new generation of environmentally friendly additives for lubricants.
The project will take two years and will build on Oleon’s expertise in lubricant additives. The Nanotechnology and Catalyst Research Centre (Nanocat) of the University of Malaya will formulate and validate the effectiveness of the additives.
The MoA was signed by UM deputy vice chancellor Professor Datuk Rohana Yusof and Oleon’s Managing Director Asia James de Caluwé, together with Research and Development Director Dr. Dirk Packet.
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