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    2. Malaysia: Rubber production increases 24.7% in July

      by ASILA JALIL / pic by BLOOMBERG THE production of natural rubber in the country increased 24.7% in July to 41,801 tonnes compared to 33,531 tonnes registered in June, according to monthly rubber statistics by the Department of Statistics Malaysia (DoSM). Yearly comparison of the production, however, registered a decline of 30.4% compared to the []
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    3. China July auto sales surge 16.4%, fourth month of gains - Reuters

      BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinas auto sales in July climbed 16.4% from a year earlier, the fourth consecutive month of gains as the worlds biggest vehicle market comes off lows hit during the countrys coronavirus lockdown. Sales rose to 2.11 million vehicles, according to data from the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers. For the year to date, sales were down 12.7% to 12.37 million vehicles.
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    4. ANRPC: Monthly Overview of Natural Rubber Economy

      The Association of Natural Rubber Producing Countries (ANRPC) is happy to release its Natural Rubber Trends Statistics May 2020. In line with the outlook reported by the ANRPC through the April issue of this publication, natural rubber (NR) prices started recovering since the last week of April driven by the positive sentiment generated by the relaxation of the COVID-19 containment measures and lockdowns, reopening of economic activities across countries, positive ...
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    5. JK Tyre launches operations in the United States

      Indian tyre majorJK Tyrehas announced commencement of operations in the United States. JK Tyre has set up a new entity Western Tires INC, based out of Houston, Texas, thereby embarking upon a plan to expand its reach globally. JK Tyre has been exporting to the US for over past two decades through a network of local partners and with the acquisition of JK Tornel. The exports were also aided by ...
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    6. Cooper Standard Agrees to Divest Certain Operations in Europe and India

      NORTHVILLE, Mich.,May 8, 2020/PRNewswire/ -- Cooper-Standard Holdings Inc. (NYSE:CPS), a leading global supplier of sealing, fuel and brake, and fluid transfer systems for transportation and industrial markets, today announced it has signed an agreement to divest its European rubber fluid transfer and specialty sealing businesses, as well as its Indian operations, to Mutares SE Co. KGaA. "This transaction, when closed, will enable us to focus company resources on ...
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    7. China’s tire exports record two-digit dips in first quarter

      China’s tire exports record two-digit dips in first quarter
      Beijing China's tire exports fell 11.3% year on year in the first quarter of 2020 to 102 million units, according to latest figures by General Administration of Customs. Export value presented in US dollars for the quarter stood at $3 billion (2.8 billion), representing a 13.2% drop year-on-year, the Chinese agency noted. Weight of such exports fell by 6.9% to 1.3 million tonnes.
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    8. Toyoda makes call to action for Japan’s auto industry – Autotalk

      Toyota chief executive and Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association (JAMA) chairman Akio Toyoda has a three-point plan to keep his countrys automotive industry working during the COVID-10 pandemic and prepared for a full return to production. At a call-to-action press conference, he told Japanese auto industry groups there are three keys thing they can do now.
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    9. Production in 'full swing' at ZC Rubber plants

      Hangzhou, China Chinas biggest tire maker Zhongce Rubber Group (ZC Rubber) has fully resumed tire production across its manufacturing plants and expects to meet its sales target for this year, the company has announced. ZC Rubber experienced workforce and supply disruptions at its production plants during the first 10 days of February, the tire maker said in a statement 7 April.
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    10. Triangle tire plants in China back to near full production

      Triangle tire plants in China back to near full production
      Franklin, Tennessee Triangle Tyre Co. Ltd.'s tire plants in China are back to operating near full capacity after a lull created by the Chinese New Year and subsequent coronavirus shutdown. "With much uncertainty about how the coronavirus pandemic will affect global tire production, we are grateful that the four Triangle plants are now operating at above 90% capacity," Triangle Tire USA CEO Manny Cicero said.
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    11. Most of China’s tire makers resume production

      Most of China’s tire makers resume production
      Beijing Over 90% of Chinas tire makers had resumed production as of the end of February, and most of those companies had 80% employees returning to posts. Nevertheless, the facilities were running at an average of 45% utilisation rate, significantly lower compared with the same period a year ago, noted a China Rubber Industry Associations tire sub-committee.
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    12. Nexen Tire resumes production after short coronavirus pause

      Tyre manufacture at Nexen Tires Changnyeong plant in South Korea resumed yesterday after a two-day break in production in order to implement protective measures against coronavirus. In disclosures submitted to the Korea Exchange (KRX), the tyre maker reported its intention to suspend tyre production in Changnyeong on 1 and 2 March, and resume operations on 3 March.
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    1. Weak light vehicle production and commercial pressures in Asia continued to negatively impact our financial results in the fourth quarter.
      In Cooper Standard Reports Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2019 Results
    2. If there are forty applications for our materials, we may find that the U.S. group has expertise in 15, Europe 15 and Asia 10.
      In Lanxess promises to help Chemtura business flourish
    3. We were told that Staples was switching its sourcing of rubber bands to Asia because it was offered one-half the price that Alliance was giving Staples.
      In Alliance Rubber, importers square off at ITC antidumping hearing