Nynas marketing director Siobhan McKelvey elected as president of the European Bitumen Association
New deal to ensure secure and efficient supply of bitumen to London and the South East
Top University of Derby road repair student in 2014/15 to be awarded Nynas Bitumen prize
Ongoing problems with profitability result in closure announcement for Nynas NV Continental Europe
Oil industry expert Gert Wendroth to take over from Staffan Lennström who retires at the end of April
Maintenance contractors and highway engineers discuss latest issues within the asphalt materials sector
By Dr Ian M Lancaster, UK technical manager, Nynas Bitumen
The overall impact of IMO 2020, COVID-19 and the closure of outdated refineries has increased the benefit of bitumen expertise and specialization. The question is who will produce bitumen in the...
Carl Robertus, technical director with Nynas, provides an insight into a potential new way of assessing the long-term durability of bitumen using a parameter known as ΔTc
Specification of low-temperature asphalt for refurbishing roads is likely to become the default position of Cambridgeshire County Council, following successful trials in 2016
Unexpected spin-offs from binder development for sustainable lower-temperature asphalt include products that can deliver, for example, faster reopening of full-depth refurbished carriageways, even...
Exceptional asphalt mixtures incorporating resilient aggregates and high-performance binders are invariably needed for that most challenging of applications: the surfacing of heavily trafficked...
Proactivity, helpfulness and transportation efficiency will be brought into sharp new focus at Nynas in 2015 as the company sets out to establish the benchmark for customer service and care
Good co-operation, communication and collaboration by Nynas, Hanson and Toppesfield ensures surfacing success at Britain’s new global shipping port
Have Scottish roads taken the lead in the UK durability stakes? One road builder north of the border claims the case is compelling for using Scotland’s surface-course specification in place of the...