See you at PPRS in Nice!

Maintenance, modernisation and adaptation of roads to meet future requirements for mobility is the theme of this year’s leading international forum in the field of road infrastructure – Pavement Preservation and Recycling Summit (PPRS) – on 26-28 March 2018 in Nice.

Nynas will of course be there to discuss how we can contribute to the development of more sustainable roads. This is true not least of our products in the Nynas Endura family, which have been designed to meet the toughest challenges in various special applications.

On Monday 26 March you also have the chance to unwind with us for a while after an intensive day of meetings. Please come and join us at our reception between 18:00 and 19:00 on stand C4.

“The opportunity to meet our customers and other industry stakeholders is always welcomed by the Nynas team. We look forward to the chance to exchange views during the reception on our stand after the first full day of the summit and also to celebrate together the 90 years of our Nynas history,” concludes Siobhan McKelvey, Marketing Director Nynas Bitumen.

Safety

Safety assessment at asphalt plant

Nynas visits an asphalt plant operated by NCC, a construction company in the Nordic region, to assess its safe handling of bitumen.

Mats Wendel
Interview

Sustainable Development driving innovation

It is important to have both incentives and clear requirements to drive developments forwards and to make sure that the industry is making a positive contribution to sustainable development.

A90 Dundee
Projects

In good shape

Most local authorities in the UK think of cold mix asphalt as a new and relatively untested road construction material. But it has been used successfully in the UK for more than 10 years, including a section of trunk road in Scotland built with a cold mix asphalt base course in 2008.

Safety

Knowledge key to safe deliveries

Bitumen is delivered hot and therefore precise procedures are needed in order to minimise safety risks such as burn injuries. Safety is something on which the transport company Kördel maintains a constant focus.

Noted

A road so smart it will be able to charge your car.

Bloomberg on the development of intelligent highways in China.
More at: bloomberg.com


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