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The latest news, events and reports from Nynas tyre and rubber oils.

  • The Brains of Nynas: Elena Minchak

    Elena is Research Manager at Nynas Naphthenics, responsible for planning and performing research activities to increase knowledge in areas of strategic importance for Nynas. Find out what's on her mind.

  • Nynas recognized for sustainability

    Nynas has received the EcoVadis Gold Sustainability rating, this puts the company in the top group of its category for sustainability performance.

  • Taking off

    There are few sectors with higher standards for safety and performance than the aerospace industry. The combination of extreme operational forces and strict safety criteria means that aircraft manufacturers can only work with partners that supply high-performance products and solutions. Nynas is one of those suppliers.

  • The future looks bright for Nynas’ bio-based tyre oil

    NYTEX® BIO 6200 is one of the most important sustainability products right now.

  • Reflections on biodegradability

    How do we assess biodegradability? Why is it important to separate between bio-based and biodegradable? And how does biodegradability fit into the concept of sustainability? Three experts share their thoughts.

  • NYTEX® BIO 6200 achieves high ranking

    Nynas bio-based tyre oil NYTEX® BIO 6200 is currently ranked as one of most important sustainability projects by the European Rubber Journal.

  • Time to go circular

    More than simply recycling, circular economy is about capturing a larger part of the value that is typically lost in our traditional linear economic model. For Nynas, a circular approach is one of the things that separates us from regular oil companies.

  • Sight set on Sustainability

    Post-pandemic, Nynas is gearing up its tyre and rubber oil products to meet the demands of a market aiming for sustainability. We asked Dr Gaia Franzolin, Marketing Director at Nynas and Dr Kamyar Alavi, Senior Specialist, to explain and to give their perspective on the pandemic and the future.

  • Driving the future of driving

    Nynas is playing an important role in the transition to electric vehicles, as a supplier to the automotive industry and a producer of high-performance oils needed to power tomorrow’s electrical infrastructure.

  • How to lower the ECO footprint of a tyre

    The environmental impact of tyres comes mainly from their usage, but also to quite some extent from the raw materials. Making more environmentally friendly tyres thus requires using more renewable and recyclable material.

  • Plasticizing rubber after Covid-19

    2020 was a year like no other. Beyond the face masks, social distancing and working from home, the economy took a dive. These unprecedented events coincided with an ongoing restructuring of the refining industry, which will have a lasting effect on the production of tyres and rubber.

  • Nynas in top 1 % for sustainability

    Nynas has received the coveted EcoVadis Platinum CSR rating, this puts the company in the top 1% for sustainability performance.

  • Achieving excellence through research and development

    The Nynas research team plays an essential role in the success of the company’s naphthenic oil business, as its experts collaborate and strive to develop high-quality, sustainable products.

  • Significant addition to Nynas rubber lab

    Tommie Ibert, Development Engineer, tests the new advanced video extensometer that has been installed at the Nynas Rubber Compounding Lab in Nynäshamn.

  • Reflections on creating a safety culture

    Safety is a top priority for manufacturing companies. Here three experts share insights on how to ensure a safe operation and avoid high-consequence accidents.

  • Nynas oils contribute to safe and efficient winter tyres

    Tyres made with Nynas oils provide low rolling resistance, reducing energy losses and fuel consumption, while maintaining wet grip for improved control on snow and ice.

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