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08/05/2020 14:59

Bitumen Matters No. 1 2020

Playing a key part of the supply chain for a huge road project in England, Nynas delivered more than 20,000 tons of bitumen in time-critical batches, helping to complete the work well ahead of schedule.

Some of the topics this time

  • Increased traffic volumes, digitalisation and an ageing road network are placing greater demands on the  road transport system. Director General Lena Erixon discusses how the Swedish Transport Administration  is facing today’s challenges with an eye on the future.
  • The reuse of asphalt is one area where the bitumen  and asphalt industries contribute to a more sustainable utilisation of our natural resources.
  • Safety first. ‘Get home safely’ was the subject when Aggregate Industries held a Safety Day.

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