Lopal Tech Ties with US-based Southwest Research Institute
On January 6, Mr. Walter Daniel Downing, vice president of the US-based Southwest Research Institute (hereafter referred to as SwRI), and Dr. Wei Ronghua, the chief scientist of the instutite, visited the headquarters of Lopal Tech in Nanjing. On the same day, the two parties signed an agreement for strategic cooperation.
The guests from SwRI visited Lopal Tech’s R&D Center, its latest assembly lines. After signing the agreement, the two parties held heated discussions on product development and technological innovations.
SwRI is the world’s leading organization in testing lubricants. By working more closely with SwRI, Lopal Tech aims to further promote the fast and sound development of China’s lubricant industry.
Lopal Tech established its branch in Singapore in 2018 and released Trisonic lubricant for the high-end market in 2019. In 2020, Lopal Tech will continue to strengthen its efforts in R&D, marketing and productions.
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