All municipalities have at least one section of road that constantly requires maintenance, surfaces that can never be satisfactorily repaired and are always on the waiting list for new measures. One such example is the junction of Pilsworth Road and Moss Hall Road in the English town of Rochdale.
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Diem Lien, Sales Executive Nynas Western Europe, visits Liesen in Ibbenbüren, in Germany. Diem has 17 years’ experience of building Businessto- Business customer relationships and is now responsible for Nynas sales in Germany and the Netherlands. On the left Peter Lüttel, head of production at Liesen’s Ibbenbüren plant. This is where they manufacture polymer-modified bitumen and bitumen emulsions. In addition to its German business, Liesen is also represented in Austria, Latvia, the Netherlands and South Africa.
In October 1928 the S/S British Earl delivered the very first cargo of crude oil for the newly-built refinery in Nynäshamn, Sweden. The history of Nynas could start to unfold. Research and development was a strong driving force for the business from the very outset. Among other things, Nynas was among the first in Europe to manufacture petrol with a high octane level. The global energy crisis in the mid-1970s resulted in a transition from a small traditional Swedish oil company into an international player focused on special products. Nynas is now one of Europe’s leading bitumen suppliers, and is also a world leader in the field of naphthenic specialty oils.