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GLOBAL MARINE REGULATIONS AND THE FUTURE OF RENEWABLE LUBRICANT TECHNOLOGIES

There are numerous factors that are driving global environmental regulatory growth and the growth in renewable lubricant technologies, such as natural resource constraints, standardizing requirements due to globalization, public opinion and pressure, increase in climate change concerns, new technologies, new evidence from research and overall growing Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) concerns, and most recently the improvements in the durability of lubricants made from renewable technologies. According to environmental consultants and advisors, there are currently thousands of new environmental regulations awaiting attention from legislators and regulators around the globe. Different standards hamper growth and thus, pressure to harmonize regulations is likely to continue alongside the regional and global integration of markets.

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Deciding When to Rent or Buy Equipment: The Right Decision Can Salvage More Than Money

Anything can happen on a jobsite. Your equipment could malfunction or the weather might cause a whirlwind of unexpected issues, or even worse, someone could get hurt. Unfortunately, not much can be done when circumstances such as those arise, which is why developing preventive strategies is crucial to having a successful and safe project. One of those strategies is always choosing safe and reliable lifting equipment. But the question that remains: is it safer to rent or to buy?

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Addressing Hidden Exposures that Can Sink a Business

By operating on both land and water, marine repairers and equipment installers tackle a variety of tasks from general maintenance and repair, to upgrading and installing state-of-the-art systems and equipment. Along with these tasks comes a wide array of maritime risk exposures, both large and small, which the business owner needs to adequately address.

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