Specialised rubber products market booming

By P Venugopal There is soaring demand for highly specialised rubber products in various sectors such as aerospace, railways, defence, sports, energy, healthcare, mining and earthquake engineering. The recent advancements in tyre and rubber technology have facilitated...

TOCOM To focus on new initiatives

Tokyo Commodity Exchange (TOCOM) is Japan’s largest and one of Asia’s most prominent commodity futures exchanges including rubber. Apart from rubber, it operates electronic markets for precious metals, oil and soft commodities. While continuing with public awareness...

NR TRADING: CHANGING TRACKS

By A Saj Mathews Till 1960’s, natural rubber remained a commodity, a raw material in the hands of brokers responsible for bringing together sellers and buyers, and traders providing the logistics required to transport rubber between producers and consumers. Trading...

SyNovus, Innovative solution by Synthomer

Synthomer plc, formerly Yule Catto & Co plc, is a FTSE 250 listed speciality chemical company with its Headquarter in London (LSE:SYNT). In 2017, the Company had an annual turnover of approximately £1.5 Billion and employed over 2800 people globally in its...

The US Rubber Industry Challenging Times

By A Saj Mathews: The might of the US rubber industry over the years has grown by leaps and bounds. Changing with the times, the region continues to be a major force in terms of rubber and tyre consumption apart from being a major producer and consumer of synthetic...