Galveston Island Convention Center in Galveston, TX.
Nov. 9-11, 2020.
Online registration is now open!
The Machinery Lubrication Conference & Exhibition is more than just a conference. It’s a gathering of people driving change in their facility. Join hundreds of lubrication and reliability professionals from around the world who share the passion of lubrication excellence.
From Nov. 9-11, choose from more than 50 learning sessions to gain innovative insights and new techniques from industry leaders, and visit with more than 45 exhibiting companies showcasing new services and equipment. The conference also provides a multitude of networking opportunities for you to share your facility’s problems, giving you the chance to take fresh solutions back to your plant.
Don’t get distracted by other resources and methods for improving your skills. Cut through the clutter and get the solutions you need at Machinery Lubrication 2020.
For more than 20 years, Noria has established itself as the global, trusted authority in machinery lubrication and oil analysis. Our decades of lubrication training experience, coupled with more than 15 years of publishing Machinery Lubrication magazine, has created a greater need for a conference solely dedicated to the machinery lubrication and oil analysis industry. That’s where this conference comes in.
Industry professionals, like you, are seeking solutions for lubricants and lubrication systems, contamination control products, oil analysis services and instruments, condition monitoring tools and more. Find all the answers to your industry problems and expand your network at Machinery Lubrication 2020 in Galveston.
Machinery Lubrication 2020 is a magnet for drawing industry professionals at every level. Whether you are entry-level or a seasoned professional, Machinery Lubrication is the place for you. Join decision-making lubrication and reliability professionals from industries such as petrochemical, power generation, pulp and paper, food processing, manufacturing, fleet and off-highway. Attendees will also include reliability engineers, maintenance managers, lubrication professionals, lubricant analysts, predictive maintenance professionals and more.