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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 applications. Of types, the use of styrene..

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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 end of life tyres (ELTs)...

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Synthetic Rubber: US market; Trade war is not the sector’s waterloo

e US-China trade war is expected to leave many industries wounded. Nevertheless, the US synthetic rubber sector has remained unscathed and has stayed on a growth path...

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World Rubber Summit 2019: New paths for the rubber economy

Getting a firm grip on the successful adoption of innovation and technology transfer in the industry will be a key thrust in driving the agenda at World Rubber Summit 2019...

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Tyrexpo Asia 2019 takes pole position in attracting the automotive ecosystem

Asia’s most well-attended and go-to sourcing platform revs up momentum this year...

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Driving millennials more familiar with emojis than tyre warning light – study

The study conducted by Zeno Research & Insights, involved an online survey among 1,075 US adults aged 18+ who have a driver's license and access to a vehicle.

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Indian rubber board chairman to head the International Rubber Study Group

July 18, 2011

India has been elected as the new Chairman of the International Rubber Study Group (IRSG). The decision was made unanimously in the meeting of the Heads of Delegations (HOD) held at Singapore on 14 July 2011. Head of the Indian…

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Rubber exports to hit $3b

July 18, 2011

HA NOI – Rubber exports are expected to total about 830,000 in 2011, earning over US$3 billion, with annual output projected to increase by 4 per cent, according to the Viet Nam Rubber Association (VRA). Nguyen Viet Chien, director of…

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300 hectares to be planted to rubber

July 18, 2011

AT least 300 farmers in the village of Kibukay in Upi, Maguindanao , Philippines will undergo a one-day training on rubber cultivation as part of the establishment of a 300-hectare agro-forest in the area. Launched in June this year, the…

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Latest World Rubber Industry Outlook now available from IRSG

July 18, 2011

THE Secretariat of the International Rubber Study Group (IRSG) publishes comprehensive data on production, consumption, trade and prices – covering both natural rubber (NR) and synthetic rubber (SR) – on a biannual basis the World Rubber Industry Outlook presents the…

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International Institute of Synthetic Rubber Producers appoints Bhimrajka Exim as its affiliate

July 18, 2011

HOUSTON, TX – The International Institute of Synthetic Rubber Producers, Inc. (IISRP) has elected Bhimrajka Exim LLP as their most recent Affiliate Member. “This is great news that we have another Affiliated Member from India,” stated James L. McGraw, MD…

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Rubber tyre scraps custom duty exemption suggested

July 18, 2011

KARACHI – Cement manufacturing companies have suggested to the National Tariff Commission an exemption from the levied custom duty on rubber tyre scraps. Cement industry sources told that currently 20 custom duties levied on the imported tyre scraps, while the…

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Rubber prices in Thailand, world’s biggest producer, hit record high

July 18, 2011

Rubber prices in Thailand, world?s biggest producer, hit record high at Hat Yai trading market as high demand from China continues; smoked rubber sheet trades at Bt153/kg. Source: Thailand Times

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New publication on rubber off the press

July 18, 2011

MANILA, Philippines – A “Technoguide on Diseases of Rubber and their Management” is off the press. The volume was written by Dr. Noemi G. Tangonan, head of the Plant Pathology Research Laboratory of the University of Southern Mindanao-Crops Research Division…

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Rubber stocks gain on customs duty abolish news

July 18, 2011

FINANCE Ministry may abolish customs duty on rubber up to 1 lakh tonne, according to CNBC-TV18. The Commerce Ministry has proposed removal of 20% duty on the commodity likely due to rising domestic rubber prices. Ceat touched an intraday high…

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First harvest from rubber project in Ulu Tongod FMU

July 18, 2011

TELUPID, Sabah – A rubber planting pilot project in the Ulu Tongod Forest Reserve jointly implemented by the Sabah Forestry Department and TSH Resources Bhd eight years ago has started bearing fruit with the first official harvest made recently. Sabah…

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