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  • 16-08-2017 16:40

    Nynas’ highly modified special bitumen has proven to be ideal for surfaces on some of the biggest bridges in Northern Europe.

  • 20-07-2017 18:02

    The Carbon Trust supported Nynas in effectively implementing a best practice energy management system, that would allow the company to deliver cost savings and achieve certification to the international standard for energy management systems, ISO 50001.

  • 05-07-2017 09:07

    On 27-30 August, the leading players in the European road industry will gather to take part in the 29th International Baltic Road Conference.

  • 24-05-2017 17:21

    Eurobitume’s mission is to promote the efficient, safe use of bitumen. The HSE committee and its taskforces work actively to provide up to date guidance on safe use of bitumen.

  • 28-04-2017 11:22

    Long-term work continues to create an effective safety culture in connection with the handling of bitumen at depots and asphalt plants. Both investment and training are required in order to achieve success.

  • 28-04-2017 11:21

    Long-term work continues to create an effective safety culture in connection with the handling of bitumen at depots and asphalt plants. Both investment and training are required in order to achieve success.

  • 18-04-2017 14:15

    Knowledge on bitumen chemistry and structures is of fundamental importance to understand performance differences of asphalt materials.

  • 17-02-2017 14:30

    Full-depth refurbishment works on one of Cumbria’s busiest roads – the A66 at Crackenthorpe, west of Appleby, UK. Installation needed to take place within the shortest possible timescale and with minimal disruption to the general public.

  • 08-02-2017 16:56

    When the new loading facility was being planned and built at Harburg, safety was top of the agenda. The facility, which is fully automated, has features including fall and overfill protection, which are in turn built into a database for documentation and control.

  • 30-01-2017 15:08

    As the demand for economic and sustainable road networks increases around the world, choosing the right bitumen is more important than ever in ensuring optimum performance.

  • 16-01-2017 15:12

    Specification of low temperature asphalt for refurbishing roads is likely to become the default position of Cambridgeshire County Council, following successful trials earlier this year.

  • 21-12-2016 15:04

    To keep up with the demands of Formula 1, the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg, Austria was resurfaced with Nypol 65.

  • 21-12-2016 10:47

    This year Nynas began producing and delivering bitumen from its newest refinery, which will allow Nynas to maintain high supply reliability and consistency for customers.

  • 17-11-2016 15:31

    The newly opened bitumen truck loading facility at Nynas Harburg refinery in Hamburg, Germany, is now in full operation. The automated system ensures high flexibility that allows Nynas to continue to supply customers in Western Europe from a wide range of bitumen products.

  • 17-11-2016 15:28

    The newly opened bitumen truck loading facility at Nynas Harburg refinery in Hamburg, Germany, is now in full operation. The automated system ensures high flexibility that allows Nynas to continue to supply customers in Western Europe from a wide range of bitumen products.

  • 23-09-2016 16:17

    A new kind of bitumen binder is making it possible to reduce the mixing temperature of asphalt without affecting the quality of the finished product.

  • 23-09-2016 16:03

    The addition of Nygen 910 opens up the possibility of using higher proportions of recycled material in asphalt mixtures.

  • 23-09-2016 15:12

    Major carriageway refurbishment has been carried out to the E20 near Gotheburg, western Sweden, during June and July 2016. Asphalting took place in parallel across three lanes to speed surfacing works and minimise disruption to traffic.

  • 01-09-2016 09:00

    Nynas has started the first truck deliveries of bitumen from the Harburg refinery, located close to Hamburg, Germany.

  • 12-07-2016 11:37

    Improved maintenance methods mean that surface dressings can be a cost-efficient alternative on roads with relatively heavy traffic. One current example is Racked-In surface dressing.