What We Do

The UKLA organisation “acts as the voice of the UK lubricants industry”

  • providing members with advice and information on current, future and pending legislation;
  • acting as a forum for industry views;
  • monitoring UK Government departments and other Agencies about proposed legislative developments;
  • lobbying to influence Legislation / Regulations and provide Members with an inflow of information, including an “early-warning system” on legislative issues;
  • providing members with help on industry wide issues;
  • gaining recognition as the focal point and lead body for the UK lubricants industry sector by UK Government and its agencies;
  • communicating with members via LUBE magazine, the official journal of UEIL, the members only section of the UKLA Web-Site and the monthly UKLA Newsletter;
  • facilitating specialist knowledge areas such as the Metalworking Fluids – Product Stewardship programme;
  • training those who wish to widen their industry knowledge via the UKLA Certification of Lubricant Competence Training Programme;
  • networking events, meetings and seminars

UKLA activities: