Get professional decision support for strategic questions in tire recycling involving technology, economics, and market potential trade-offs. Weibold has been in tire recycling and pyrolysis consulting since 1999. We know all peculiarities of this complex business and we will help your enterprise grow and explore new opportunities.Switch to tire pyrolysis
Often a tire recycling plant operator and the executives of the owner need to make strategic decisions on the way to go forward. Weibold provides decision support for strategic decisions in tire recycling business that often involve informed trade-offs between technological, economic and market potential aspects.
Weibold’s unique expertise and decades long experience in all aspects of a tire recycling business applied to your strategic question ensures that your decisions is based on professional assessment of your technology, products, and markets, objective analysis of the economic aspects and plausible when compared to industry standard benchmarked KPIs. Our report can also serve as an independent third party assessment of a given strategy to be used as a risk mitigating factor vis-à-vis lenders or other capital providers.
The most important first task in this effort is to establish what is known, what the objective is and what the constraints are in achieving the objective. In order to provide options for achieving the objective Weibold will then draw on existing data, research additional information relevant to your particular product, technology and markets if necessary, as well as consult with third party experts where required. Recommendations, trade-offs, accompanying economic analysis, and industry comparisons are then presented in a Report delivered to the client.
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Weibold is conducting trend, market and technology studies for Clients around the globe. Our Clients include plant operators, investors, lenders, recycling associations, technology providers, and product manufacturers. Now selected cross sections of the knowledge we have collected and pooled in our research database is available for recycling strategists and operators looking for innovations and trends on specific subjects in world-wide markets.
The full-scale Bankable Business Plan gives the Client a detailed industry description and outlook, inform about existing and future target markets, include a competitor analysis, financial modelling tool as well as information about regulations. Recycling tires into materials such as steel-free crumb rubber and fine rubber powder used to be a profitable venture; however, due to market saturation in developed economies, tire recycling companies might want to shift their focus from raw materials to potentially higher-priced consumer goods made from recycled rubber or even virgin rubber which can be replaced by tire-derived materials.
In this Pre-Feasibility Study, Weibold considers the latest developments world-wide in utilizing ELT derived textile fraction for purposes other than incineration. The work will result into a list of companies, explaining the following: a) the methods for processing, b) the technical readiness level, c) any successful references, d) logistical considerations (low weight/volume vs. capital investment), e) and to what extent this application could be applied to the Client's specific situation.
The document is both an introduction to manufacturing of sewer covers and grids made out of end-of life tires (ELT) explaining input materials, processing techniques, manufacturers, suppliers of technology, prices, materials, characteristics, life expectancy, etc. It will be based on research and preparatory work performed for the specific situation of the customer in the target area. Recycling tires into materials such as steel-free crumb rubber and fine rubber powder used to be a profitable venture; however, due to market saturation in developed economies, tire recycling companies might want to shift their focus from raw materials to potentially higher-priced consumer goods made from recycled rubber or even virgin rubber which can be replaced by tire-derived materials.