LANXESS is developing materials for the car of the future

06-Sep-2013 - Germany
Tailored chemical materials and the associated technologies are indispensable to implementing sustainable, resource and climate-friendly mobility around the world. Of that, Dr. Werner Breuers is certain. “Chemical materials are the key to making cars lighter and more efficient. That is why our company is working systematically to develop new high-tech thermoplastic systems for lightweight construction and high-performance rubber products for low-rolling-resistance and thus fuel-saving tires,” said Breuers, member of the Lanxess Board of Management in advance of the 65th International Motor Show (IAA) in Frankfurt, Germany.

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