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New runflat tire technology from Bridgestone is highlighted on page 5. The Cooling Fin technology expands the vehicle application potential of runflat tires. In other news, carbon black manufacturers in Europe are said to be gearing up to meet one of their biggest challenges, as key end-user industries of this material increasingly shift their production facilities from western Europe to the comparatively low-cost central and eastern Europe region.
Recent introductions to the rubber industry, highlighted on page 6, include NST rotors from Farrel. Benefits of the unique dispersive and distributive mixing characteristics of the NST rotor are now available for Banbury mixer applications. Commercial production of butyl rubber has begun at ExxonMobil Chemical's plant in France using proprietary breakthrough process technology. The technology enables the company to significantly increase its butyl rubber production capacity from its existing plants.
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