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Recycling: Tyre sector tackles circularity of rubber

Processing of scrap tyres as viable source of energy, fuel, and materials for key applications is gaining traction in the ...

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Silicones Industry: An elastic market growth

Silicones are yielding to brighter market prospects as the materials have a higher success rate in a highly diverse range ...

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As the love-hate trade relationship between the US and China ensues, the rest of the world shield their industries from shakeups and breakups.

Trade war strains US ag sector; China eyes India’s rubber goods market

As the love-hate trade relationship between the US and China ensues, the rest of the world shield their industries from ...

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Gloves Industry: Malaysia, hand-in-glove with the rubber glove market

Though competition is tight in the gloves industry, according to Malaysia’s industry players, nobody is backing down from meeting the ...

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Riding out headwinds in Asian SBR market

Historically, synthetic rubber consumption registers growth that is driven by increasing rubber demand, especially in the automotive, tyre and non-tyre ...

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Tyres: A fresh look at recovery solutions for old tyres

Tyres that have seen better days may be imputed as pollution contributors; however, new developments are changing this notion about ...

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Amerityre reports low quarter results

Amerityre Corp.’s net loss for the quarter ended March 31 was 45% deeper than a year earlier despite 17.4% higher sales. Amerityre’s net loss — its 67th consecutive money-losing quarter — was US$218,128 on sales of US$1.01 million. Amerityre, a…

Rubber & metal drive Sri Lanka’s Q1 exports

Sri Lanka’s first quarter exports remained strong desite volatile global oil prices and global downturn. Appearing unaffected, the country reported only a marginal 1.4% export drop (US$2.63 billion) compared to last year’s first quarter at US$2.67 billion. Minister Rishad Bathiudeen…

Rubber clings on China stimulus

Rubber advanced, reversing earlier losses after Chinese policy makers pledged new spending, boosting speculation that demand from the world’s largest consumer may weather Europe’s debt crisis and keep expanding. November-delivery rubber gained 0.6% to settle at 271.9 yen a kg…