Leading the country-focused sessions will be PT. Multistrada Arah Sarana Tbk with a presentation entitled “Will Indonesia Become the Tire Production Base for the World?”.
Jakarta, Indonesia (Vocus/PRWEB) April 13, 2011
The 2011 Global Rubber & Tire Summit, the 6th in its series and rubber industry’s premier global conference, announced today it is expecting to draw worldwide attendees for the 1.5 day event exploring the development in rubber production, market outlook, and industry issues. The annual summit, which will take place June 8-9, 2011 in Jakarta, will field top expert speakers, deliver pertinent presentations and offer ample networking sessions, providing attendees a wide range of expertise and extensive interaction with the industry.
The final conference agenda, which was recently launched, features variety of presentations from rubber producers, local and international tire manufacturers, and consultants. During the 1.5 day the event, these leaders and attendees will discuss issues of critical importance to the industry, as well as explore lucrative prospects in key rubber & tire markets including Indonesia, China and more.
Leading the country-focused sessions will be PT. Multistrada Arah Sarana Tbk with a presentation entitled “Will Indonesia Become the Tire Production Base for the World?”. The company’s Corporate Planning & Learning Manager, Wayah S. Wiroto, will touch on Indonesia’s domestic tire market demand and outlook, role as exporter, challenges & opportunities for domestic tire producers and more. Meanwhile China National Tire & Rubber Corporation will give a review on latest developments in European legislation for tire imports and standards, and their corresponding impact on China’s Tire Sector and Export Outlook. Speaking too is James Yang, Marketing Manager for Rubber Reinforcement (Asia South) at Bekaert Singapore Pte Ltd, with his macro perspective on the global tire & cord market outlook with specific focus on Asia.
Also featured at the conference will be two specific addresses on raw materials outlook for Natural Rubber and Synthetic Rubber markets, by IRSG (International Rubber Study Group) and CMAI (Chemical Market Associates Pte Ltd) respectively. Last but not least are contributions from Lanxess International SA, with paper on Butyl Rubber market outlook & challenges, and EVONIK Degussa Taiwan Limited who will share on Silica and Silane developments to meet modern tire requirements.
For more information or registration to the conference, one may contact Ms. Hafizah Adam at (65) 6346 9218 or visit http://www.cmtevents.com.