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Trump expected to propose legislation to broaden powers to impose tariffs
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WASHINGTON—Industry officials are waiting to see the details of a Trump administration draft bill that would substantially change the imposition of tariffs on foreign goods.The "United...
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WASHINGTON—Industry officials are waiting to see the details of a Trump administration draft bill that would substantially change the imposition of tariffs on foreign goods. WASHINGTON—Industry officials are waiting to see the details of a Trump administration draft bill that would substantially change the imposition of tariffs on foreign goods. $WASHINGTON—Industry officials are waiting to see the details of a Trump administration draft bill that would substantially change the imposition of tariffs on foreign goods.
BASF plans major R&D projects to cut carbon emissions
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LUDWIGSHAFEN, Germany—BASF S.E. has announced a number of R&D projects to reduce carbon emissions as part of its new corporate strategy, which will see the company becoming CO2-neutral...
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LUDWIGSHAFEN, Germany—BASF has announced a number of R&D projects to reduce carbon emissions as part of its new corporate strategy, which will see the company becoming CO2-neutral by 2030. LUDWIGSHAFEN, Germany—BASF has announced a number of R&D projects to reduce carbon emissions as part of its new corporate strategy, which will see the company becoming CO2-neutral by 2030. $LUDWIGSHAFEN, Germany—BASF has announced a number of R&D projects to reduce carbon emissions as part of its new corporate strategy, which will see the company becoming CO2-neutral by 2030.
Cooper Standard looking beyond automotive, diversifying with acquisitions
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NOVI, Mich.—Cooper Standard Automotive Inc. changed a lot in 2018. After executing five major deals—four acquisitions and a divestiture of one of its primary product...
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NOVI, Mich.—After executing five major deals—four acquisitions and a divestiture of one of its primary product lines—Cooper Standard has reshaped its core product offerings and set the foundation for its non-automotive business. NOVI, Mich.—After executing five major deals—four acquisitions and a divestiture of one of its primary product lines—Cooper Standard has reshaped its core product offerings and set the foundation for its non-automotive business. $ NOVI, Mich.—After executing five major deals—four acquisitions and a divestiture of one of its primary product lines—Cooper Standard has reshaped its core product offerings and set the foundation for its non-automotive business.
Mobile, Alabama, may become export hub
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Alabama officials are optimistic that the Port of Mobile soon will be another arrow in the state's quiver of economic benefits to attract automotive companies. Alabama has become a manufacturing...
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Alabama officials are optimistic that the Port of Mobile soon will be another arrow in the state's quiver of economic benefits to attract automotive companies. Alabama officials are optimistic that the Port of Mobile soon will be another arrow in the state's quiver of economic benefits to attract automotive companies. $Alabama officials are optimistic that the Port of Mobile soon will be another arrow in the state's quiver of economic benefits to attract automotive companies.
Final winter auto show ends an era but also forges a path to the future
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DETROIT—This year's North American International Auto Show is the end of an era, but it also reflects a transition that's already starting to happen. Among the changes? More movement on the ...
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DETROIT—This year's North American International Auto Show is the end of an era, but it also reflects a transition that's already starting to happen. DETROIT—This year's North American International Auto Show is the end of an era, but it also reflects a transition that's already starting to happen. $DETROIT—This year's North American International Auto Show is the end of an era, but it also reflects a transition that's already starting to happen.
Light trucks take a record 69% of U.S. market
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DETROIT—U.S. sales for each of the five largest auto brands—Ford, Toyota, Chevrolet, Honda and Nissan—declined in 2018. But the No. 6 brand, Jeep, grew enough to keep the...
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DETROIT—U.S. sales for each of the five largest auto brands—Ford, Toyota, Chevrolet, Honda and Nissan—declined in 2018. But the No. 6 brand, Jeep, grew enough to keep the entire industry in the black for the year. DETROIT—U.S. sales for each of the five largest auto brands—Ford, Toyota, Chevrolet, Honda and Nissan—declined in 2018. But the No. 6 brand, Jeep, grew enough to keep the entire industry in the black for the year. $DETROIT—U.S. sales for each of the five largest auto brands—Ford, Toyota, Chevrolet, Honda and Nissan—declined in 2018. But the No. 6 brand, Jeep, grew enough to keep the entire industry in the black for the year.
World rubber demand rising, International Rubber Study Group says
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SINGAPORE—Global demand for rubber should rise about 2.5 percent in 2019 to more than 30 million metric tons, according to the International Rubber Study Group.The IRSG's...
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SINGAPORE—Global demand for rubber should rise about 2.5 percent in 2019 to more than 30 million metric tons, according to the International Rubber Study Group. SINGAPORE—Global demand for rubber should rise about 2.5 percent in 2019 to more than 30 million metric tons, according to the International Rubber Study Group. $SINGAPORE—Global demand for rubber should rise about 2.5 percent in 2019 to more than 30 million metric tons, according to the International Rubber Study Group.
Auto suppliers will get squeezed to offset higher costs from USMCA, survey says
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More than a third of automotive executives in a recent survey said they plan to renegotiate contracts with suppliers and aggressively seek production savings to counter higher costs expected under ...
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More than a third of automotive executives in a recent survey said they plan to renegotiate contracts with suppliers and aggressively seek production savings to counter higher costs expected under the proposed U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement. More than a third of automotive executives in a recent survey said they plan to renegotiate contracts with suppliers and aggressively seek production savings to counter higher costs expected under the proposed U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement. $More than a third of automotive executives in a recent survey said they plan to renegotiate contracts with suppliers and aggressively seek production savings to counter higher costs expected under the proposed U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement.
Wacky World of Rubber: Bridgestone celebrates Harvey Firestone's birthday
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NASHVILLE, Tenn.—Bridgestone Americas marked the 150th anniversary of Harvey Firestone's birth on Dec. 20, coinciding with the 30th anniversary of Bridgestone Corp.'s acquisition of...
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NASHVILLE, Tenn.—Bridgestone Americas marked the 150th anniversary of Harvey Firestone's birth, coinciding with the 30th anniversary of Bridgestone's merger with Firestone. NASHVILLE, Tenn.—Bridgestone Americas marked the 150th anniversary of Harvey Firestone's birth, coinciding with the 30th anniversary of Bridgestone's merger with Firestone. $NASHVILLE, Tenn.—Bridgestone Americas marked the 150th anniversary of Harvey Firestone's birth, coinciding with the 30th anniversary of Bridgestone's merger with Firestone.
Study finds half of U.S. motorists don't trust self-driving vehicles
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LAS VEGAS—Fifty percent of U.S. motorists believe that autonomous vehicles will not be safe, according to the 2019 Global Automotive Consumer Study issued by auditing and consulting services ...
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LAS VEGAS—Fifty percent of U.S. motorists believe that autonomous vehicles will not be safe, according to the 2019 Global Automotive Consumer Study issued by auditing and consulting services firm Deloitte. LAS VEGAS—Fifty percent of U.S. motorists believe that autonomous vehicles will not be safe, according to the 2019 Global Automotive Consumer Study issued by auditing and consulting services firm Deloitte. $LAS VEGAS—Fifty percent of U.S. motorists believe that autonomous vehicles will not be safe, according to the 2019 Global Automotive Consumer Study issued by auditing and consulting services firm Deloitte.
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Published on September 12, 2006

PROCESSING OF NEW RUBBER SILANE VP SI 363

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Poly- and disulfidic silanes like TESPT (Si 69) or TESPD (Si 266) are state-of-the-art in silica filled passenger car tread compounds as effective coupling agents1,2,3. There is an increasing interest for reducing the fuel consumption of vehicles because oil prices are already on a high level and rising steadily. One possible way for fuel saving is the reduction of the rolling resistance of tires. Additionally new approaching legislational restrictions lead the interest also to lower emissions of carbon dioxide and VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) during tire production and tire lifetime. The new silane VP Si 363 combines a significant increase in tire performance by reducing rolling resistance by more than 10 % with the solution for the new ecological needs by cutting the ethanol emission by 80 %.

 
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