Sales Director Scandinavia, Managing Director, Norway and Denmark
European route 22 (E22) is no less than 5,320 km long, from Holyhead in the UK via the Netherlands, Germany, Sweden and Latvia to Ishim in Russia. The part of the E22 that runs through Sweden plays a major role for the country’s southern region, not least because of the link to the Copenhagen area. The problem is that the road is very busy and accident-prone, and is also close to residential areas that are affected by noise.Les mer om Sätaröd-Vä, Sweden
Most local authorities in the UK think of cold mix asphalt as a new and relatively untested road construction material. But it has been used successfully in the UK for more than 10 years, including a section of trunk road in Scotland built with a cold mix asphalt base course in 2008.Les mer om In good shape, A90 trunk road, west Dundee
From this spring until October 2019, NCC will be laying no less than 300 000 tonnes of asphalt on a new section of motorway along the south-eastern coast of Norway.Les mer om New roads in Norway , E18, Arendal-Tvedestrand
Nypave PX 50 is a highly modified 40/60 pen binder produced from selected bitumen feedstock. It is rheologically modified to deliver enhanced performance characteristics – including lower temperature compaction and rapid hardening of asphalt.Les mer om A66 Crackenthorpe, Cumbria
Large scale trials of flexible surfacing materials are under way in Sweden. The hope is that flexible bitumen can be a key component in repairing surfacing courses with significant crack formation.Les mer om E4 Motorway, Kropp interchange, Helsingborg, Sweden
Nymuls SD 105 is a polymer modified surface dressing emulsion with good retentive properties that enables traffic to get moving sooner than with a conventional surface dressing.Les mer om Road sections at Kuivastu-Kuressaare and Pärnu-Lihula, Estonia
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