Styron converting Ni-BR rubber line to neodymium-BR to meet UHP tyre demand

Thursday 10th April 2014 | 0 Comments
 
Styron’s agreement with material supplier JSR to acquire its production capacity rights at Schkopau, essentially doubled its production capacity here
Styron’s agreement with material supplier JSR to acquire its production capacity rights at Schkopau, essentially doubled its production capacity here

Styron, the rubber material supplier, is to convert its Nickel Butadiene Rubber (Ni-BR) production line in Schkopau, Germany, to Neodymium Butadiene Rubber (Nd-BR) manufacturing. Coupled with Styron’s existing technology in Solution Styrene Butadiene Rubber (SSBR), the company believes the Nd-BR offering will allow Styron to help customers around the world meet the increasing demand for green and ultra-high performance tyres.

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