Lehigh Technologies, a specialty chemicals company that produces sustainable raw materials from end-of-life tires and post-industrial rubber, has started production at its new Murillo el Fruto Micronized Rubber Powder (MRP) plant in Navarra, Spain.
The Michelin North America retread business recently celebrated a decade of business with Lehigh Technologies, a Georgia-based company that manufactures micronized rubber powders.
Michelin has acquired Lehigh Technologies, a specialty materials company that uses patented cryogenic turbo mill technology to transform rubber from end-of-life tires and industrial goods into materials for new tires and other products.
Atlanta, Ga.-based Lehigh Technologies, a company that produces sustainable raw materials from end-of-life tires and post-industrial rubber, has entered a joint venture with HERA Holding, a European waste resources company, to build the first micronized rubber powder (MRP) production facility in Europe. The joint venture, Lehigh Spain, will construct the MRP plant as a HERA
Lehigh Technologies, a specialty materials company that produces micronized rubber powders (MRP), has opened Lehigh Spain, a wholly owned subsidiary based in Barcelona. Lehigh Spain will serve as the company’s face to the market in Europe and will perform all of the functions needed to provide a seamless customer experience across the European Union as
Lehigh Technologies, a specialty materials company that produces micronized rubber powders, named Glenn Denstaedt technical director for the company’s tire and industrial rubber division. Denstaedt’s 20-plus years of experience in rubber compounding and materials development will support Lehigh’s expansion of micronized rubber powder into the national and international tire and rubber markets, according to the