The latest news, events and reports from Nynas AB
Focus on Sustainability in Berlin
During this year's edition of CWIEME Berlin, important future-oriented projects and products will be discussed, including Nynas' unique circular transformer oil NYTRO® RR 900X.
Building Roads Sustainably
The Institute of Asphalt’s Annual Conference is an important event for the UK road industry. This year’s theme is sustainable development and Nynas will be there to talk about our new product range Nypol RE as well as other ways in which we contribute to reducing the climate impact of the asphalt sector.
Keeping electricity flowing
Pylons are the veins of our electric systems, transmitting high-voltage electricity from power stations, dams and wind farms to homes and businesses.
NYTEX® BIO 6200 is the innovation of the year
Om 21 March, Nynas’ biobased tyre oil NYTEX BIO 6200 was awarded as the top chemicals and compounding innovation of the year at Tire Technology Expo, held in Hannover, Germany in March.
The Brains of Nynas: Herbert Fruhmann
Dr Fruhmann has spent several years as Market Manager for Nynas’ lube segment and then in the same position for the tyre oil segment. He now works with Global Account Management & Business Development. Find out what's on his mind.
Supporting food production
As the world’s food supply is coming under increasing pressure, efficient and sustainable farming is more important than ever. Nynas supplies a wide array of products to the agriculture industry, with applications ranging from fertiliser coatings to the hydraulic systems of tractors and other farming equipment.
why NYTRO® RR 900X and NYTRO BIO 300X are the optimal choices for sustainable transformer fluids.
Securing supply of tyre oils
In addition to supply pressures following the Covid-19 pandemic, recent geopolitical events, most importantly Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the ensuing sanctions, have had a substantial impact on trade flows relating to the tyre industry. This presents significant challenges to European tyre makers.
Reflections on the European market
War, energy shortages, disrupted supply chains, re-allocation of demand and inflation are putting pressure on European markets. Three experts discuss how European companies should approach the future.
At the heart of the action
Nynas has traditionally played an active role in connection with international gatherings. The pandemic made this important sharing of knowledge difficult, despite digital seminars and conferences, but the situation has now started to normalise once more.