DILLINGEN, Germany—Waste tire pyrolysis company Pyrum Innovations A.G. has partnered up with Siemens A.G. to further promote, optimize and scale its pyrolysis plants technologically and economically.
In a statement June 23, the German startup said it aimed to use Siemen Group's digitalization and automation portfolio to enhance its pyrolysis technology, which produces pyrolysis oil, gas and recovered carbon black from end-of-life tires.
The partnership provides for Siemens to support Pyrum and its customers in the selection of optimal technology in the areas of process automation, process analytics, drive technology and digitalization.
In addition, Siemens will help with the optimization of process procedures as well as with training and further education.
The two companies intend to start implementing the various measures immediately.
The agreement with Siemens comes after Pyrum's successful partnership with two other major German groups, BASF and Continental. In addition, the recycler is in several partnerships with internationally operating companies, such as Michelin, Pirelli, Schwalbe and Eldan.