Reducing driving costs with recycling, retreading synergies

4th October 2013 | 0 Comments
 
Reducing driving costs with recycling, retreading synergies
The new ContiLifeCycle Plant will utilise a novel approach to tread buffings, increasing the availability of recycled materials for new and retreaded tyres

Continental will pursue the principle of making commercial vehicle tyres go further for customers with its synergetic TBR retreading facility named the ContiLifeCycle Plant. Announced in 2012 and due to open in Hannover-Stöcken later in 2013, the 10 million euro-plus plant is set to become the world’s first plant to integrate rubber recycling with hot and cold retreading, and will create more than 100 new jobs at Conti’s headquarters. Tyrepress got in touch with Christian Saas, Conti’s director Retread Business Commercial Vehicle Tires, to get the latest information on the plant prior to it coming on line.

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