Cooper working in partnership with Jean Lefebvre UK

Cooper working in partnership with Jean Lefebvre UK

Cooper Research Technology were contacted by Michael Wright at Jean Lefebvre, UK regarding their Marshall Compactor, Marshall compactors globally are known to have inherent design faults. Historically customers and suppliers have accepted these faults as the norm within the industry, broken counters, ‘shaving’ pick-ups, difficult set up and adjustment procedures are just the way things are. However, Michael asked if Cooper would develop a new machine to incorporate...

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Cooper providing a Solution for the Algerian East-West Expressway

Cooper providing a Solution for the Algerian East-West Expressway

Strong presence in Northern Africa … Customer challenge Due for completion in 2010, Algeria’s US$11.2 billion East-West Expressway development is the world’s largest current highway construction project. The development, financed by the Algerian Government, will extend 1,216km and ensure the link between Annaba in the north-east and Tlemcen in the north-west – passing directly through 24 provinces and linking Algeria to Tunisia and Morocco. French asphalt mixtures and...

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Cooper working in partnership with Petroplus Bitumen

Cooper working in partnership with Petroplus Bitumen

Customer Challenge Petroplus, as part of their laboratory fit out required state of the art test equipment in order to service the needs of the modern asphalt industry.  The challenge facing Cooper Technology was to ensure that all the equipment was installed and calibrated to strict project deadlines. Cooper Solution In addition to supplying European Standard asphalt test equipment, Cooper Technology also had to respond to requests for more bespoke pieces of equipment. The...

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Cooper Technology impacting on Polish road network development

Cooper Technology impacting on Polish road network development

Cooper Technology continue on their Road to Success in Poland With a population close to 39 million, Poland has an extensive road system (204,000km) of mainly two lane routes. However following its membership to the EU in 2004, a serious lack of underinvestment left the country lacking in the density and quality of motorways, expressways and City ring roads required for the fast growing economy. In response to public demand and requirements to meet European standards, the...

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