Industrial rubber market forecast at $46 billion by 2030

The industrial rubber sector is seeing growth as a result of the business’s expanding application area, increased demand in the Asia Pacific region, and technological advancements in the industry. Industrial rubbers are some of the most versatile materials available, and they can be found in nearly every aspect of the modern industry today. Increasingly, industrial rubber is being used in a variety of applications including automotive, building & construction, industrial manufacturing, polymer modification, wire and cable, bitumen modification, electrical & electronics, sealant& adhesive, coating, medical & healthcare, and a variety of other industries.

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International Elastomer Conference, Technical Meeting & Student Symposium abstract deadline extended to May 25th

Call for Abstracts for the 2022 International Elastomer Conference, Technical Meeting & Student Symposium has been extended to May 25th. The Rubber Division, ACS invites your submissions for inclusion in the International Elastomer Conference Technical Meeting & Student Symposium October 11-13, 2022 in Knoxville, TN. Join the leading researchers and innovators in the rubber/elastomer industry and share your expertise.

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K 2022 online ticket shop open

Tickets for K 2022, The World’s No.1 Trade Fair for Plastics & Rubber, are now available from the ticket shop at www.k-online.com. The eTickets can either be printed out or scanned directly from a smartphone at the entrances of the trade fair. A one-day tickets cost EUR 55, a three-day ticket EUR 120. K will take place from October 19 – 26, 2022 at the fairgrounds in Düsseldorf, Germany.

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Yokohama reports lower earnings for first quarter

The Yokohama Rubber Co., Ltd., announced its business and financial results for the first quarter (January to March) of fiscal 2022. Profit attributable to owners of parent declined 63.5% from the same period of the previous year, to 10.2 billion yen; on a 62.7% decline in operating profit, to 13.5 billion yen; a 2.5% decline in business profit, to 13.7 billion yen; and a 28.4% increase in sales revenue, to 185.6 billion yen.

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Continental reports positive first quarter

Continental performed well in the first quarter of 2022 despite an increasingly turbulent market environment, reporting strong tire business. Many external factors, such as the war against Ukraine, the coronavirus pandemic, electronic component shortages and cost increases in procurement and logistics, presented major challenges. Consolidated sales in the past quarter were €9.3 billion (Q1 2021: €8.6 billion, +8.2 percent), and adjusted EBIT was €439 million (Q1 2021: €728 million, -39.8 percent), corresponding to an adjusted EBIT margin of 4.7 percent (Q1 2021: 8.5 percent).

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