General Silicones reports that automotive component makers are starting to use its Compo-SiL technology.
With the trend towards sustainable materials increasing, Volvo is now offering optional non-leather materials in more of its luxury vehicles.
According to Japan-based Asahi Kasei, the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic has changed car users’ perceptions of safety and comfort inside automotive vehicles.
ELeather upholstery material has been certified as compliant with the European EN45545-2:2020 standard by Interscience Fire Laboratory.
For the separation of finest particles Mann+Hummel has been using nanofibre technology for several years in applications for the commercial vehicles sector.
France-based tyre producer Michelin has successfully tested and applied a recycling process for polyethylene terephthalate (PET) waste to create a high-tenacity fibre that meets its...