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Green Rubber: Rallying points for sustainable rubber

Green Rubber: Rallying points for sustainable rubber

Industry stakeholders are taking up the challenge of securing rubber supply without letting up on efforts to ensure food security, energy efficiency, human rights, and environmental integrity...

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Tyre Industry: Tyre retreading sector in good shape

Tyre Industry: Tyre retreading sector in good shape

The market for cost-effective and sustainable retread tyres is growing with companies joining forces and launching innovations...

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Medical Devices: Material innovations enable medical device breakthroughs

Medical Devices: Material innovations enable medical device breakthroughs

Modern medical devices aid in early detection and treatment of diseases, as well as help in improving the quality of life of patients with disabilities. This increasing...

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Key factors for choosing silicone solutions in medical device lubrication

Key factors for choosing silicone solutions in medical device lubrication

There are no lagging moments for the medical devices market worldwide, as demand is growing, against the backdrop of expanding healthcare expenditure as a result of universal healthcare reforms; as we

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Challenges beget opportunities; Sri Lanka on the road to growth

Challenges beget opportunities; Sri Lanka on the road to growth

Various industries that are reliant on high performance and quality rubbers are advancing at a past pace. Today, opportunities and challenges, alike, are shaping...

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Tyre Sector: Living on the edge with airless tyres

Tyre Sector: Living on the edge with airless tyres

No-flat tyres were almost inconceivable with the proliferation of the ubiquitous pneumatic tyres. However, with the advent of airless tyres, the..

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Michelin to sell shareholding in Hankook

November 29, 2011
Michelin to sell shareholding in Hankook

FRENCH tyre maker Michelin plans to sell up to 15 million shares it owns of Hankook Tire, representing approximately 9.98% of the share capital of this company, via an institutional private placement by way of an accelerated book building. Michelin…

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Michelin reports higher sales

November 29, 2011
Michelin reports higher sales

FRENCH tyre maker Michelin says its net sales totaled EUR15,246 million in the first nine months of 2011, up 17.3% over the year-earlier period. The company also reported a 9.3% increase in sales volumes, reflecting the group’s good performance in…

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Reduction of tariffs for Korean tyres into US

November 29, 2011
Reduction of tariffs for Korean tyres into US

THE US-based Tire Industry Association (TIA) reports recently signed Korean-United States Free Trade Agreement will reduce the tariff on the importing of Korean manufactured car and truck radial tyres from 4% (3.4% for non-radial) through a series of graduated step-downs…

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New hq for Goodyear

November 29, 2011
New hq for Goodyear

US-based Goodyear Tire & Rubber held a topping ceremony for its new corporate and North American headquarters in Akron, recently. It says it is transitioning from its 85-year-old headquarters to a state-of-the-art campus. The headquarters project is scheduled to be…

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Vietnam adjusts tax tariff on rubber exports

November 29, 2011
Vietnam adjusts tax tariff on rubber exports

VIETNAM has decided to make adjustments on the tax tariff for export of some rubber commodities. Export of natural rubber products and natural rubber latex, which are either pre-vulcanised or unvulcanised will be subject to a tax of 3%, instead…

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Cutting growth of rubber to stabilise prices

November 29, 2011
Cutting growth of rubber to stabilise prices

THAILAND’S rubber growers in the southern provinces have agreed to reduce supply by at least 25% in an attempt to stabilise prices that have been declining steadily for two months. Planters will reduce tapping to 15 days a month from…

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Carlisle selling German rubber parts unit

November 29, 2011
Carlisle selling German rubber parts unit

US-based conglomerate Carlisle is selling the non-roofing and waterproofing unit of its German company, PDT Phoenix, to the Datwyler Group of Altdorf, Switzerland. The business unit makes elastomer profiles for use in applications for tunnels, rail, windows and facades and…

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Lanxess improving EPDM plant in the US

October 30, 2011
Lanxess improving EPDM plant in the US

German speciality chemical fim Lanxess is investing US$7 million in new finishing technology for ethylene-propylene-diene monomer (EPDM) rubber at its Texas manufacturing plant.

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Tool kit for EPDM

October 29, 2011
Tool kit for EPDM

TO mark the 50th anniversary of its Vistalon ethylene propylene diene (EPDM) rubber, US-based ExxonMobil Chemical has developed a tool kit of model formulations, enabling customers to develop compounds to meet demanding industry specifications quickly and cost-effectively. This latest addition…

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ContiTech to invest in facility expansion

October 29, 2011
ContiTech to invest in facility expansion

German automotive parts supplier ContiTech is expanding production capacity at its headquarters in Hannover-Vahrenwald.

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(Last Updated: 18 Sept 2018)

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