Bitumen for paving applications

King's Street, Aberdeen, Scotland

When Leiths (Scotland) Ltd was contracted by Aberdeen City Council to resurface an approach to a busy pedestrian crossing on King’s Street, they chose to use Nytherm PMB 103 in their newly developed alternative to High Friction Surfacing (HFS) called Rigagrip.

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Oils for adhesives

Stick close to the market

Quilosa Selena Iberia’s strong relationships with customers and suppliers have helped it weather the storm of the financial crisis. As the rain falls even in Spain, raw materials help make Selena products more weather-resistant.

Read more about Quilosa Selena Iberia's partnership with Nynas

Tyre oils

Better grip

The closure of Group I refineries will inevitably limit the availability of the high-viscosity mineral oils commonly used in tyre tread formulations. Nynas’ new tyre oil offers an alternative with excellent performance. To address the decline of high-viscosity oils and rebalance the heavy tyre oil market, Nynas has developed a new highviscosity tyre oil.

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Latest updates

  • 28/04/2016 09:21

    Nynas AB has signed a EUR 650 million credit facilities agreement comprising a EUR 125 million Term Loan Facility and a EUR 525 million Multicurrency Revolving Facility with six relationship banks. The Facilities have a tenor of five years, and will be used to refinance the Company’s existing EUR 750 million credit facilities, for working capital and general corporate purposes.
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  • 26/02/2016 00:00

    Nynas increased sales volumes by 8 percent in 2015. Net income in 2015 increased to SEK 346 million (279). The key activity in the fourth quarter was the turnaround of the southern part of the Harburg refinery and the final takeover of the northern part, with another 157 employees joining Nynas.
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  • 04/01/2016 10:06

    Nynas has now completed the takeover of the former Shell refinery in Hamburg, Germany.
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  • 15/12/2015 11:17

    As from 1 December, Carl Robertus has the responsibility for Bitumen’s technical development at Nynas.
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  • 14/12/2015 16:38

    New legislation in Brazil means the country’s tyre manufacturers are clamouring for low-PAH plasticisers – and soon the rest of Latin America will follow.
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  • 03/12/2015 09:28

    With the focus squarely on minimizing environmental impact, tomorrow's transformers will be all about less is more. Less metal and fluid; more power and efficiency. Per Wiklund, research manager for Nynas explains.
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