News from Notch Consulting, Inc.

January 4, 2018

Pirelli and Nizhnekamskneftekhim ink agreement of cooperation

Filed under: Rubber — Notch @ 3:38 pm

Pirelli has signed a contract with synthetic rubber maker Nizhnekamskneftekhim to establish supply in 2018. The delegates from the Republic of Tatarstan and Pirelli’s representatives met in December in Milan to discuss cooperation in synthetic rubbers business and signed a new contract.

The Russian firm signed a similar agreement to provide synthetic rubber to Michelin in June 2017.

Read Nizhnekamskneftekhim’s press release here.

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Doublestar to build smart rubber recycling plant

Filed under: Carbon Black, Tire Recycling — Notch @ 3:15 pm

In December, Doublestar broke ground on its smart plant for scrap rubber recycling in Zhumadian, China, in the city’s Runan County.

The plant covers 2.15 million square feet and will be able to handle 200,000 tons of scrap rubber annually when fully operational. The company has budgeted $92.7 million for the project.

The project contains two phases, with 100,000 tons of annual capacity each. Phase 1 is scheduled to be operational by the end of 2018, Doublestar said.

According to the press release, the site will be the world’s first Industry 4.0 site for scrap rubber recycling, with smart technology used in processes such as sorting, rinsing, drying, conveyance, pyrolysis and storage.

The plant also boasts zero emission using Doublestar’s waste treatment technology. With machinery developed by Doublestar, the site will be able to fully recycle scrap tire, generating primary oil, carbon black, steel wire, and gas, the last of which will be used to fuel the plant.

Read the full press release here.

International tire manufacturer places new order on Enviro’s recycled carbon black

Filed under: Carbon Black, Tire Recycling — Notch @ 2:41 pm

A leading tire manufacturer has placed a first order on Enviro’s recycled carbon black, EnviroCB, for immediate delivery.

“Initially the order volume is small, but is expected to increase significantly over time. The customer is a global manufacturer of tires and rubber applications and this order relates to industrial tires”, says Thomas Sörensson, CEO of Enviro.

The order comes after completing thorough material tests.

The delivered EnviroCB will be used for industrial tires manufactured in Sri Lanka.

Read full press release here.

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