It was six years ago that we first heard about Bridgestone’s prototype AirFree Concept automobile tires, which utilized flexing thermoplastic resin “spokes” instead of compressed air. As it turns out, a just-announced bicycle version of those tires may end up beating the original to the market.
Developed via a partnership between Bridgestone Corporation and Bridgestone Cycle, the new tires are made mainly from the same recyclable resin as their larger, heavier-duty counterparts – their rubber outer tread can also be recycled.
Tedder Industries Expands Capabilities With Wittmann Battenfeld Machines
Tedder Industries (Coeur d’Alene, Idaho) was founded in 2010 by Thomas Tedder to manufacture firearm accessories, such as gun belts
The Poultry Industry to Pack Their Products With Biodegradable Plastics Obtained From Feathers
The European project KARMA 2020, where Aimplas participates, will develop a waste valorization technology in the poultry industry to
Sleeve Label Award Winners Show Ingenuity in Capturing Consumer Attention
Borealis to Build Dedicated Automotive Compounding Plant in North America
Borealis, a leading provider of innovative solutions in the fields of polyolefins, base chemicals and fertilizers, has decided to build a dedicated
IPL Buys California-Based Molder Macro Plastics
In a bid to expand its footprint in the U.S. market and the growing South American market, Quebec-based injection molder IPL Inc. has purchased