Nyheder

  • Appreciated Safety Day in Norway

    To minimise the risk of accidents and injuries when loading and unloading bitumen, Nynas holds annual driver meetings.

  • Brains of Nynas: Sarah Badley

    Sarah Badley works as Bitumen Sales Manager, covering the North of England, but is also responsible for the Nynas Bitumen Customer Service Centre in the UK. She joined Nynas in 2014, having spent many years working in the motor industry with brands including Porsche, Mercedes-Benz and BMW. Find out what's on her mind.

  • Ring road around Umeå, Sweden

    Umeå, the biggest city in the northern part of Sweden, has for many years had problems with poor air quality due to heavy traffic passing through central parts of the city. To meet environmental quality standards, and also to improve road safety and accessibility, a new, 30-kilometre ring road is currently being built around the city.

  • Large infrastructure investments in Denmark

    The parties in the Danish parliament have agreed to invest around EUR 22 billion in the country’s infrastructure between now and 2035; the biggest Danish infrastructure plan ever.

  • Ancona, Italy

    As part of Nynas wide-ranging research and development initiatives, there are several collaborations under way with both customers and research institutes. One of these is a research project with the University of Ancona in Eastern Italy.

  • Natural bitumen in the Tower of Babel

    Researchers have been able to show that bricks in the mighty tower were bonded with natural bitumen

  • Cold mix technology in the spotlight

    New, advanced analysis methods to study the interaction between bitumen emulsions and mineral surfaces provide an important contribution to achieving sustainability benefits.

  • Rethinking road resurfacing

    The three Rs of the circular economy – Reduce, Reuse and Recycle – could be used as the promoting mantra for UK based OCL Regeneration as they pave the way for more sustainable road resurfacing practices.

  • Safe, stable operations in Finland

    Just a few miles from Turku in southern Finland, Nynas rents a number of bitumen tanks adjacent to the port of Naantali. A new multi-year agreement with the proprietor, Neste, ensures that Nynas will continue to have access to the depot's experienced staff and comprehensive services, ranging from operations to quality control and loading bays.

  • The pavement industry joins forces

    In autumn 2021, the inaugural general meeting of the Swedish Pavement Association was held.