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TRACK: Bayer MaterialScience has acquired global marketing and usage rights to the Durflex trackform technology from Hyperion Verwaltung GmbH.The technology was developed by Hyperion in co-operation with track design specialist Frenzel-Bau. It is based on the use of Bayer’s Bayflex polyurethane foam, which is fed into the space between ballast particles. This provides a more stable track structure and a reduction in track-borne noise.The rights acquisition paves the way for wider application of the technology outside Germany, where it has been extensively tested at one site on the BVG network and one site on the main line between Hannover and Hamburg. It was also tested on two sections of track in China at the end of 2009. Bayer also expects to increase investment in the purchase of specialist rail vehicles for installing Durflex, which are supplied by Hennecke GmbH.
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iStock/Thinkstock(JERUSALEM) — President Trump’s Mideast adviser Jason Greenblatt is in Israel and will travel Tuesday to the West Bank to meet Palestinian President Machmoud Abbas. Reviving peace talks and improving the Palestinian economy will top the agenda for the discussion between the two. Late Monday, Greenblatt met with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a meeting that lasted more than five hours. Pivoting again to a regional peace deal, Netanyahu said he believes, under President Trump’s leadership, Israel can advance peace with “all its neighbors, including the Palestinians.” There was no mention of a two-state solution during Greenblatt’s Monday meeting with Netanyahu. Settlement construction was also discussed, but no details have come out on an expected agreement to allow some building in East Jerusalem and the West Bank.Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico Related