Apr 01, 2015
India expected to be self-sufficient in synthetic rubber by 2017
MUMBAI: India is expected to become self-sufficient in synthetic rubber by 2017 as its production capacity triples, industry executives said, improving raw material supply for tyre makers in...
Sales fall but profits improve at Lanxess
Speciality chemicals group Lanxess has substantially improved its operating result and net income in the year ending 31 Dec 2014, the German company announced 19 March. While sales declined...
Govt plans centres of excellence in rubber training
Tyre and rubber industries in the country with turnover of over Rs 70,000 crore have expressed need for rapid upskilling of rubber value chain for realising full potential...
Rubamin honoured at ECGC - D&B Indian Exporters' Excellence Awards 2015
Member of ILZDA and leading Zinc Chemicals producer in India, Rubamin Limited was honoured with the Exporter with Best Risk Management Practices (Runner-up) at the ECGC - D&B...
No plan to ban retread tyres, says deputy minister - Bernama
The government has no plans to ban the use of retread tyres as such vehicle components are safe for use based on the standards set. Transport Deputy Minister Datuk...
China National Chemical Unit Nears Deal for Tire Maker Pirelli
A subsidiary of China National Chemical Corporation will make a takeover bid for the Italian tire maker Pirelli after agreeing on Sunday to acquire the stake of Camfin,...
Indonesia's Chandra Asri eyes more tax incentives for $435m synthetic rubber plant
Publicly listed petrochemical giant Chandra Asri Petrochemical (CAP) is looking for more tax incentives for its under-construction US$435 million synthetic rubber plant in Cilegon, Banten, to maintain profitability. The...
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