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Trinseo to build styrene butadiene rubber pilot plant in Germany

The pilot plant will allow for more efficient use of Trinseo's production facilities and help speed up innovation in the performance tyres market

BS B2B Bureau  |  Horgen, Switzerland 

Trinseo to build styrene butadiene rubber pilot plant in Germany

- formerly known as Styron and the manufacturer of plastics, latex binders and synthetic - plans to build a new solution-(S-SBR) pilot plant in Schkopau, Germany, for its synthetic business. The S-pilot plant will allow for more efficient use of Trinseo’s production facilities and help speed up innovation in the performance market. The pilot plant will begin operation in Q4 2017.

Trinseo’s new S-pilot plant will quicken the development process from lab sample to commercialization. The pilot plant will also deliver sufficient quantities of new S-formulations required for real-life tire testing. This speedy evaluation of both process and product parameters meets customer needs for reducing product validation time. As a result, the faster testing process accelerates the time to market for new performance tire innovations.

“This strategic investment will allow us to be more agile and flexible than ever before in our ability to turn around S-product testing. “The pilot plant will be a valuable technology capability, enabling us to bring S-materials to our customers more efficiently and help performance tire makers meet new market trends,” commented Samer Al Jabi, global business director for synthetic rubber, Trinseo.

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Trinseo to build styrene butadiene rubber pilot plant in Germany

The pilot plant will allow for more efficient use of Trinseo's production facilities and help speed up innovation in the performance tyres market

The pilot plant will allow for more efficient use of Trinseo's production facilities and help speed up innovation in the performance tyres market
- formerly known as Styron and the manufacturer of plastics, latex binders and synthetic - plans to build a new solution-(S-SBR) pilot plant in Schkopau, Germany, for its synthetic business. The S-pilot plant will allow for more efficient use of Trinseo’s production facilities and help speed up innovation in the performance market. The pilot plant will begin operation in Q4 2017.

Trinseo’s new S-pilot plant will quicken the development process from lab sample to commercialization. The pilot plant will also deliver sufficient quantities of new S-formulations required for real-life tire testing. This speedy evaluation of both process and product parameters meets customer needs for reducing product validation time. As a result, the faster testing process accelerates the time to market for new performance tire innovations.

“This strategic investment will allow us to be more agile and flexible than ever before in our ability to turn around S-product testing. “The pilot plant will be a valuable technology capability, enabling us to bring S-materials to our customers more efficiently and help performance tire makers meet new market trends,” commented Samer Al Jabi, global business director for synthetic rubber, Trinseo.
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Trinseo to build styrene butadiene rubber pilot plant in Germany

The pilot plant will allow for more efficient use of Trinseo's production facilities and help speed up innovation in the performance tyres market

- formerly known as Styron and the manufacturer of plastics, latex binders and synthetic - plans to build a new solution-(S-SBR) pilot plant in Schkopau, Germany, for its synthetic business. The S-pilot plant will allow for more efficient use of Trinseo’s production facilities and help speed up innovation in the performance market. The pilot plant will begin operation in Q4 2017.

Trinseo’s new S-pilot plant will quicken the development process from lab sample to commercialization. The pilot plant will also deliver sufficient quantities of new S-formulations required for real-life tire testing. This speedy evaluation of both process and product parameters meets customer needs for reducing product validation time. As a result, the faster testing process accelerates the time to market for new performance tire innovations.

“This strategic investment will allow us to be more agile and flexible than ever before in our ability to turn around S-product testing. “The pilot plant will be a valuable technology capability, enabling us to bring S-materials to our customers more efficiently and help performance tire makers meet new market trends,” commented Samer Al Jabi, global business director for synthetic rubber, Trinseo.

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