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Guizhou Tyre to build new plant in Vietnam
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GUIYANG, China—Guizhou Tyre Co. Ltd., producer of the Advance and Samson brands, is planning to build a truck and bus tire plant in Vietnam valued at $245 million, according to a regulatory ...
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GUIYANG, China—Guizhou Tyre, producer of the Advance and Samson brands, is planning to build a truck and bus tire plant in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. GUIYANG, China—Guizhou Tyre, producer of the Advance and Samson brands, is planning to build a truck and bus tire plant in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. $GUIYANG, China—Guizhou Tyre, producer of the Advance and Samson brands, is planning to build a truck and bus tire plant in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
Rubber Division opens spring meeting
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BEACHWOOD, Ohio—A keynote address and the 25-Year Club countdown to the person with the most years in the rubber industry highlighted the first day of the ACS Rubber Division's spring...
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BEACHWOOD, Ohio—A keynote address and the 25-Year Club countdown to the person with the most years in the rubber industry highlighted the first day of the ACS Rubber Division's spring technical meeting. BEACHWOOD, Ohio—A keynote address and the 25-Year Club countdown to the person with the most years in the rubber industry highlighted the first day of the ACS Rubber Division's spring technical meeting. $BEACHWOOD, Ohio—A keynote address and the 25-Year Club countdown to the person with the most years in the rubber industry highlighted the first day of the ACS Rubber Division's spring technical meeting.
Food waste emerges as possible rubber filler
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WOOSTER, Ohio—Eggshells and other food waste may be the next phase of sustainable manufacturing practices for the tire and rubber product industry, as a replacement for carbon black....
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WOOSTER, Ohio—Eggshells and other food waste may be the next phase of sustainable manufacturing practices for the tire and rubber product industry, as a replacement for carbon black. WOOSTER, Ohio—Eggshells and other food waste may be the next phase of sustainable manufacturing practices for the tire and rubber product industry, as a replacement for carbon black. $WOOSTER, Ohio—Eggshells and other food waste may be the next phase of sustainable manufacturing practices for the tire and rubber product industry, as a replacement for carbon black.
Supreme Court reverses damage award against Goodyear
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WASHINGTON—In an 8-0 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court reversed and remanded a $2.74 million damage award against Goodyear and two attorneys who represented the tire maker in a product...
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WASHINGTON—In an 8-0 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court reversed and remanded a $2.74 million damage award against Goodyear and two attorneys who represented the tire maker in a product liability lawsuit. WASHINGTON—In an 8-0 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court reversed and remanded a $2.74 million damage award against Goodyear and two attorneys who represented the tire maker in a product liability lawsuit. $WASHINGTON—In an 8-0 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court reversed and remanded a $2.74 million damage award against Goodyear and two attorneys who represented the tire maker in a product liability lawsuit.
American Biltrite project starts to pay off
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SAN ANTONIO—It's taken some patience and education, but American Biltrite (Canada) Ltd. finally is seeing business growth from a project it's been working on for more than three years. The...
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SAN ANTONIO—It's taken some patience and education, but American Biltrite finally is seeing business growth from a project it's been working on for more than three years. SAN ANTONIO—It's taken some patience and education, but American Biltrite finally is seeing business growth from a project it's been working on for more than three years. $SAN ANTONIO—It's taken some patience and education, but American Biltrite finally is seeing business growth from a project it's been working on for more than three years.
Cabot invests to upgrade Malaysia facility
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BOSTON—Cabot Corp.'s stake in the elastomer composite market, with a heavy focus on tire and industrial rubber products, is growing. The global specialty chemicals and performance materials ...
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BOSTON—Cabot is making a strategic investment to expand and upgrade its manufacturing capabilities for elastomer composites at its plant in Port Dickson, Malaysia. BOSTON—Cabot is making a strategic investment to expand and upgrade its manufacturing capabilities for elastomer composites at its plant in Port Dickson, Malaysia. $BOSTON—Cabot is making a strategic investment to expand and upgrade its manufacturing capabilities for elastomer composites at its plant in Port Dickson, Malaysia.
NAM honors U.S. senator for his support of manufacturing
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AKRON—The National Association of Manufacturers recognized U.S. Sen. Rob Portman, R-OH, with the NAM Award for Manufacturing Legislative Excellence, which was presented during an ceremony at ...
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AKRON—The National Association of Manufacturers recognized U.S. Sen. Rob Portman, R-OH, with the NAM Award for Manufacturing Legislative Excellence. AKRON—The National Association of Manufacturers recognized U.S. Sen. Rob Portman, R-OH, with the NAM Award for Manufacturing Legislative Excellence. $AKRON—The National Association of Manufacturers recognized U.S. Sen. Rob Portman, R-OH, with the NAM Award for Manufacturing Legislative Excellence.
Cheng Shin set to open two tire plants
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CHUNGHWA, Taiwan — Cheng Shin Rubber Industrial Co. Ltd.'s new plants in India and Indonesia will start production this year, the Taiwanese tire maker disclosed at its recent investor...
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CHUNGHWA, Taiwan—Cheng Shin, which goes to market under the Maxxis brand, is ready to start up its new plants in India and Indonesia. CHUNGHWA, Taiwan—Cheng Shin, which goes to market under the Maxxis brand, is ready to start up its new plants in India and Indonesia. $CHUNGHWA, Taiwan—Cheng Shin, which goes to market under the Maxxis brand, is ready to start up its new plants in India and Indonesia.
USW files complaint regarding China truck, bus tire decision
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WASHINGTON—The United Steelworkers has filed a complaint with the U.S. Court of International Trade seeking judicial review of the U.S. International Trade Commission's recent negative...
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WASHINGTON—The United Steelworkers has filed a complaint with the U.S. Court of International Trade seeking judicial review of the U.S. International Trade Commission's recent negative determination in the ITC's investigation of truck and bus tires from China. WASHINGTON—The United Steelworkers has filed a complaint with the U.S. Court of International Trade seeking judicial review of the U.S. International Trade Commission's recent negative determination in the ITC's investigation of truck and bus tires from China. $WASHINGTON—The United Steelworkers has filed a complaint with the U.S. Court of International Trade seeking judicial review of the U.S. International Trade Commission's recent negative determination in the ITC's investigation of truck and bus tires from China.
Apollo celebrates milestone event
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GYONGYOSHALASZ, Hungary—In a country filled with relics and buildings that date back several centuries, one of the world's most technologically advanced and environmentally efficient...
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GYONGYOSHALASZ, Hungary—Now that Apollo has christened its newest tire plant in Gyongyoshalasz, it can turn its attention to bolstering its presence in the North American market, specifically the U.S. and Canada. GYONGYOSHALASZ, Hungary—Now that Apollo has christened its newest tire plant in Gyongyoshalasz, it can turn its attention to bolstering its presence in the North American market, specifically the U.S. and Canada. $GYONGYOSHALASZ, Hungary—Now that Apollo has christened its newest tire plant in Gyongyoshalasz, it can turn its attention to bolstering its presence in the North American market, specifically the U.S. and Canada.
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Published on September 11, 2014

ITEC 2014 Paper 52: Indian Tire Industry--Opportunities and Challenges of Radialisation

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Economic growth requiring increased mobility accelerates changes in automobile and Tyre industry globally.  Over the next decade, the global demand for vehicles and components including tire will be driven by growing markets comprising of China, India, Indonesia, Brazil, Russia, South Africa & Turkey, accounting for over 60% of global vehicle production.  India with large young population, sound Economic fundamentals is expected to witness strong growth in vehicle production across all segments and will be the third largest light vehicle market by 2025 as per JD Power Survey.  The Indian Tyre industry, backed by overall economic development and growth potential, has bright prospects.  Present total turnover of Indian tire industry is USD 10 billion (2013-14) and more than 5% share of the world tire market has global ambition as it prepares for major capacity expansion and market reach. With the increased preference of Radial Tires by Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs),various large fleet owners and Bus segment,   Radialisation in Commercial segment is expected to double by the year 2019-2020 from current level of 25% in the year 2013-14, against world average of 65%. The Radialisation in Passenger Car segment has already reached almost 100% in India.   The opportunity and challenges posed by recent development in Indian Automobile industry will be discussed with special reference to Radicalization of commercial vehicle segment including factors affecting the rate of change.  Preparedness of Indian tire industry to respond to global situation will also be discussed.  Lead author is Mr. VK Misra, Technical Director, JK Tyre & Industries Ltd, however  at ITEC the paper was presented on Mr. Misra's behalf by Mr. Vipin Basan, General Manager--Global Product Development PLT, JK Tyre & Industries Ltd.

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