The 4th CEE Rubber & Tire...will examine the current issues emerging from this new market climate. The event offers five key reasons for executives in the rubber industry to attend the conference.
Istanbul, Turkey (PRWEB) October 19, 2010
As tire markets return to growth, tire manufacturer are faced with shortages in materials and escalating costs. Worldwide demand for rubber is forecasted to continue to exceed supply levels. The 4th CEE Rubber and Tire Markets due to convene in Istanbul, on 25-26 November 2010, will examine the current issues emerging from this new market climate. The event offers five key reasons for executives in the rubber industry to attend the conference.
Firstly, delegates can look forward to obtaining the latest updates on key raw materials for tire manufacturing, from leading consultant including LMC International on natural rubber, Styron on synthetic rubber, Ineos Europe Ltd on butadiene, Lanxess International SA on butyl rubber, and others.
Secondly, the conference will also equip participants with forecasts on the global and CEE economies for better corporate planning. Mr Owen James, Centre for Economics and Business Research Ltd. will provide a macro view on how economic growth will directly impact the rubber and tire market in the next five years, with particular focus on CEE, Russia and Turkey.
Next, the world's number one tire-maker Bridgestone and India's tire market leader Apollo Tyres will be sharing in two of the most highly anticipated sessions, discussing regulations affecting tire design and how manufacturers have to continually push the boundaries in order to fulfill consumers' demands and new safety standards.
The 4th CEE Rubber and Tire Markets will also serve as a platform to find out about trends in end-of-life tire management practices. Sharing on practical experiences will be Genan Business & Development A/S on tire recycling and new technologies, plus Geyer and Hosaja's analysis on the topic of "Tire Retreading Market in CEE & Future Prospects".
Last but not least, the event is an ideal platform to interact with the top players in the CEE rubber and tire industries, paving the way for potential business breakthroughs and lasting professional relationships. Among those expected to attend are rubber and tire experts from governments and institutions, natural and synthetic rubber producers/traders/processors, tire cord producers, machinery and equipment traders, technology providers, tire retreaders and recyclers, and much more.
Those keen on registration or more information for the 4th CEE Rubber and Tire Markets can make their enquiries to Ms. Reema Patnaik at +65 6346 9144.
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