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  • Nynas takes the direction towards a sustainable future

    On 6 and 7 December, leading representatives from the Danish road and transport sector will gather in the port city of Nyborg to conduct this year's edition of the industry meeting, Vejforum. Among the participants are both state and municipal road authorities, as well as contractors, suppliers and researchers.

  • 95 years and still going strong

    After nearly a century in the market, Nynas is actively developing new, forward-looking, customer-centric solutions to contribute to performance and sustainable development. The distinctive entrepreneurial spirit that characterised the company's founders continues unabated.

  • The Brains of Nynas: Hilde Vandeneede

    During her many years at Nynas, Hilde Vandeneede has gathered an impressive experience from her various positions focusing on both technology and marketing. Last year, Hilde was appointed Bitumen Product Manager. Find out what’s on her mind.

  • Net Zero Asphalt Surfacing

    With new innovative technology, it may be possible to meet the UK asphalt industry's 2040 net-zero carbon target. An important step in this direction is a notable road project in which Nynas has played a crucial role.

  • The Case for Surface Dressing

    Planned preventative maintenance using Surface Dressing has been proven to be more cost-effective and environmentally friendly than reactive repairs, as emphasized in a recent British campaign.

  • 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.

  • PMB with biogenic material reduces climate impact

    Nypol RE is a newly developed, polymer-modified bitumen with biogenic material that increases the useful life of the pavement while reducing climate impact.

  • Appreciated Safety Day in Norway

    To minimise the risk of accidents and injuries when loading and unloading bitumen, Nynas holds annual driver meetings.

  • Brains of Nynas: Sarah Badley

    Sarah Badley works as Bitumen Sales Manager, covering the North of England, but is also responsible for the Nynas Bitumen Customer Service Centre in the UK. She joined Nynas in 2014, having spent many years working in the motor industry with brands including Porsche, Mercedes-Benz and BMW. Find out what's on her mind.

  • Ring road around Umeå, Sweden

    Umeå, the biggest city in the northern part of Sweden, has for many years had problems with poor air quality due to heavy traffic passing through central parts of the city. To meet environmental quality standards, and also to improve road safety and accessibility, a new, 30-kilometre ring road is currently being built around the city.