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Bitumen for paving applications

21/05/2018 11:31

See you at the E&E Event in Berlin

The theme of the inaugural 2018 E&E Event is “Preparing the asphalt industry for the future”.

The confe­rence, which will be held in Berlin on 14–15 June, will focus on the initiati­ves needed for the asphalt industry to meet the demands of the future. Items on the programme include dis­cussions about the roads of tomorrow as well as financial issues, sustaina­bility, new technologies and how the industry can attract young talent. 

This year marks 90 years since Nynas started working with bitumen. Come and talk to us about how the specialist knowledge we have accumulated inspires us to create durable materials for the mobility challenges of the future.

Welcome to the Nynas stand No. 5!

The E&E Event is a sister event of the Eurasphalt and Eurobitume (E&E) congress, which is held every four years, the next time in 2020 in Madrid.

Further reading

Working towards a more balanced future

March 8th is celebrated around the world as International Women’s Day. At Nynas we value and depend upon the talent and dedication of the many women employees driving us forward in all areas of our business.

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Nynas’ first bio-based tyre oil supports tyre producer’s sustainability goals

As the market demand for non-mineral oil-based products continues to increase, Nynas is launching NYTEX BIO 6200, the company’s first tyre and rubber process oil to be produced using renewable feedstock. This new product will support customers in reaching their sustainability goals without sacrificing important technical properties.

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The impact of IMO 2020

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has announced that it will dramatically lower the global limit on sulfur content for marine fuels from the current 3.5% to 0.5% as of 2020. The aim is to significantly curb pollution produced by the world's ships. Three experts reflect on what this means.

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