Nynas news

The latest news, events and reports from Nynas AB

  • Becoming sustainable

    Nynas highly refined oils contribute to longer product lifetime together with an enhanced technical and environmental performance for end users. Our sustainability work encompasses all aspects of our operations, and we are committed to lowering our own environmental impact, with the aim of becoming climate-neutral by 2050.

  • Naphthenics offer better solutions

    Calling for more pioneering spirit in lubricant blending labs, industry veteran and trouble shooter Peter Dijke believes in old-fashioned observation. Well-known for his out-of-the-box thinking regarding lubricant formulation, he has observed how specialist naphthenic oils from Nynas offer solutions for many of his customers’ solvency issues.

  • Nynas leading the way at Tire Technology Expo

    As the much-anticipated Tire Technology Expo in Hanover approaches, tire industry professionals and enthusiasts alike are gearing up for a showcase of cutting-edge technologies and advancements.

  • First Foam Application with a Bitumen containing a biogenic component in the UK

    By using Nynas bitumen with biogenic components, it is possible to reduce the carbon footprint of cold mix asphalt. This was demonstrated by a groundbreaking project on the M65 slip road.

  • Safe alternative to creosote

    Creosote is a category of carbonaceous chemicals that has been used as a wood preservative since the 19th century. But as it is a carcinogenic substance, there are good reasons to look for other options. Nynas NYTEX® grades can be part of a sustainable solution.

  • Nynas experts lecture at KTH

    Nynas traditionally maintains a close partnership with universities and higher education institutions. An illustrative example of this is the lecture on the oil industry held for students at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm.

  • Brains of Nynas: Sibala Libish Kumar

    Sibala Libish Kumar has worked in the industry since 2007 in various customer-facing roles. As a Customer Service Specialist at Nynas, her duties include ensuring the customer service team remains abreast of all processes and that the ongoing digitalisation aligns with the company's goals and objectives. Find out what's on her mind.

  • Research collaborations in focus

    Complex research projects with industry and research institutes/universities highly contribute to knowledge build up not only for the future product development but also allow to identify the benefits of our products and their performance in the use phase.  At the same time, it contributes to the high level of specialist knowledge at Nynas.

  • Passion for Cold Recycling Projects

    Whilst growth in cold asphalt using foam bitumen is on the increase, a select few are turning their focus onto emulsion. One of them is Roadways, a UK-based highways construction company that recently carried out resurfacing work in East Sussex. Roadways used Nymuls CP 50 in a cold asphalt binder course made with 100% recycled aggregates, which resulted in 40% less carbon dioxide emissions.

  • Nynas and Stena Recycling brings circular economy to the electrical industry

    Nynas and Stena Recycling have entered a strategic partnership, combining Nynas’ world-class refining technology and market-leading circular transformer fluid with Stena's broad collection network and modern recycling services.