Information service company Global Information reports global rubber industry booming; reaching the figure of US$101.6 billion by 2018.
According to Association of Natural Rubber Producing Countries, Vietnam may likely surpass Malaysia’s rank as the 3rd largest producer of rubber in the world.
ETRMA has just announced the release of the CARS 2020 Action Plan that is thought to boost the European automotive industry and said that it will be implemented immediately.
Researchers at the UMSICHT in Oberhausen, Germany has found a new way to recycle rubber and turning it into useful high-quality plastic products.
Malaysian rubber glove makers threatens the government that they will export their products to Myanmar and other neigbhoring countries if the government does not grant their request of extending the reinvestment allowance.
Brunei, China and Morocco have shown interest on buying rubber tree leaves from Malaysia that they will use in their handicraft industries.
German company ContiTech will build a hose plant in Brazil on Spring 2013 costing them EUR17 million.
Malaysia’s Ruber Industry Smallholders Development Authority (Risda) is encouraging smallholders and landowners in Malaysia to cultivate rubber as the demand for rubber seedling grows.
According to the report of GBI Research, demands for butadiene in Europe will increase in 2015.
A 2.7 inch rubber block invented by two MIT Media Lab alumni can send you notifications via text, email or tweets when something happens.