infrastructure

Hayakawa Rubber Donates Products to Thai Infrastructure Project

Hayakawa Rubber Co. Ltd. recently donated Superseal products, the company’s reactive-adhesion type sealant for concrete, to a Thai infrastructure project in which Chulalongkorn University’s Voluntary Engineering Student Camp (VESC) created estuary weirs. VESC, which was the first voluntary project carried out by Chulalongkorn University in 1969 and has been carried out once a year since then, was given its name...

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Bando Chemical Focuses on Flame-Resistant Conveyor Belts to Meet Infrastructure Demand

Bando Chemical Industries Ltd. (TYO:5195) has decided to focus on selling and developing conveyor belts, leveraging the company’s technological prowess for steep incline conveyor belts, pipe conveyor belts and flame resistant conveyor belts. The decision comes in an effort to meet demand assumed by such large-scale infrastructure projects as the Tokyo Olympics and the Linear Chuo Shinkansen bullet train line....

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Japanese Seismic Isolation Technology Met With Interest in Romania

Chairman Akira Wada of the Japan Society of Seismic Isolation (JSSI) recently spoke about Japanese seismic isolation technology at a conference on earthquake-resistant architecture in Romania. Held at the Technical University of Civil Engineering of Bucharest, the conference took place from Oct. 10–12. JSSI’s participation in the conference was supported by the Japanese Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism...

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Sumitomo Rubber Sees Bright Outlook for Infrastructure Business

Infrastructure products from Sumitomo Rubber Industries Ltd. (TYO:5110) are garnering attention. The company is positioning three areas of its Hybrid Business Division—flooring materials, civil works and marine facilities and sports facilities—as infrastructure products. Inorganic poured floors represent a flagship product in the company’s flooring materials. The product has a strong track record with installations in a wide variety of factories...

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