Nynas news

19/12/2014 10:48

Nynas continues to supply high quality bitumen in Western Europe

On November 18, the decision to close the Nynas NV Continental Europe bitumen business was announced. The business had been making a loss during the last years and Nynas saw no immediate realistic option for improvements. Irrespective of this decision, Nynas will continue to supply bitumen to its customers in the region specifically demanding the Nynas high quality Extra and Premium grades.

The Nynas bitumen business in the UK and Nordic region remains unaffected.

Nynas Customer logistics department will continue under the usual phone and fax number and email address:

Phone: 0032 2 709 68 35
Fax : 0032 2 725 10 91
salesandlogisticsgroup@nynas.com

For more information, please contact:

Hans Östlin 
Communications Director, Nynas AB 
hans.ostlin@nynas.com 
Tel.: +46 (0)708 93 19 75

Mario Jentzsch
Sales Manager Western Europe
mario.jentzsch@nynas.com
Tel.: +49 173 86 11 224

 

Sales contacts

Jentzsch, Mario

Sales Director Western Europe

phone number +32-2-709-68-35
mobile number +49-173-8611224

Driske, Lars

Technical Manager Western Europe

phone number +32-2-709-68-35
mobile number +49-172-9700367
email number lars.driske@nynas.com

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