Lubrizol in the News

Lubrizol in the News

True or False: Trendy Face Mists are Worth the Money


“There is the convenience factor — it’s easy to pull it out of your bag, mist your face and you are good to go,” said Brandon Ford, the chief accelerator director at Lubrizol Life Science, a company in Ohio, that develops and manufactures products for the beauty industry and other businesses.

-- The New York Times, November 11, 2020

Lubrizol CEO Sees Opportunities to Cut Auto Emissions


Eric Schnur feels the weight of opportunity — in a good way. Schnur is chairman, president and CEO of Lubrizol Corp., the Wickliffe, Ohio-based company that started making lubricants for motors in 1928. The company still can say that half the world's vehicles rely on Lubrizol science. 

--Cleveland Business Journal, November 3, 2020

Lubrizol Exec Tolin Recognized by Cancer Support Group


Each year, the foundation recognizes one beauty industry supplier or related business as an honoree. Lubrizol is the first-ever raw ingredient supplier to be honored in the history of the event. Tolin was recognized alongside leaders from Christian Dior and Combe Inc., as well as cancer survivor advocates.

-- Plastics News, October 12, 2020

Lubrizol Accelerator Program a Thing of Beauty to Some Brands


When Curan Mehra wanted to develop a concentrated hand soap pod that would dissolve in water and dispense as a foam, he contacted the Lubrizol Corp., best known for creating specialty chemicals for transportation and industry.

-- Crain's Cleveland Business, October 5, 2020

Lubrizol Supports Women's Health Worldwide


“LLS Health has built in-depth expertise of the physicochemical characteristics involved in the development of complex formulations, including long-acting injectable products, so we are well-positioned to assist the foundation,” said Dr. Robert Lee, president, CDMO Division, LLS Health. “This research will set the foundation for more accessible contraceptive products in developing nations and we look forward to continued partnership with the foundation to achieve our joint missions.”

-- Contract Pharma, September 16, 2020

3D Printing, Protective Films are Growth Areas for Lubrizol


Recent investments by materials firm Lubrizol Corp. are advancing the firm in 3D printing and reinforcing its leadership position in protective films.

-- Plastics News, September 15, 2020

Eric Schnur Empowers Lubrizol to Support Those on the Front Lines of the Pandemic


In April, the Berkshire Hathaway-owned company made a $2 million donation commitment to support COVID-19 needs globally. Lubrizol has enabled production of an additional 1 billion bottles of hand sanitizer every month by increasing its production of Carbopol polymers ...

-- Smart Business,  June 22, 2020

How We Went from Making Golf Balls to Making PPE


By screening materials already on hand in the lab, the team quickly identified an ESTANE® TPU material from Lubrizol Engineered Polymers that would work. Lubrizol graciously donated material to support the cause.

-- Titleist, June 11, 2020

Transforming Nike Air to Help Frontline Healthcare Workers


Nike is donating full-face shields and powered, air-purifying respirator (PAPR) lenses to health systems in Memphis, Tenn., home of Nike’s Mid-South distribution centers; St. Louis, where Nike’s Air MI facility in nearby St. Charles is playing a vital role in the development of this PPE; and Cleveland, Ohio, near the home of Lubrizol, which has generously donated its ESTANE® thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) polymers to support the manufacturing of this PPE.

-- Nike News, April 7, 2020