Why tire recycling companies fail

Later today (30 July), we will publish the August 2021 edition of our global tire industry newsletter, and distribute it to subscribers. In yet another biggest-ever issue, we bring you unique insights into: Tire business to June 2021Tire sales recover, but industry is still in crisisFirst-half results from Michelin, Ceat, Trelleborg and TitanWhy tire recycling is

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Prepare for a revolution in how materials for tires are sourced

Later today (30 June), we will publish the July 2021 edition of our global tire industry newsletter, and distribute it to subscribers. Download the contents from here In yet another biggest-ever issue, we bring you unique insights into: Why pricing models will need to changeCommentary from David Shaw, based on revolution in raw materials sourcingMichelin’s ‘green’

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Tire suppliers go green

Earlier today (31 May), we published the June 2021 edition of our global tire industry newsletter, and distributed it to subscribers. In yet another biggest-ever issue, we bring you unique insights into: Preparing for Stakeholder activismManagement needs to take note of all stakeholdersESG gains in importance across the spectrumSummary of our webinar #20Bridgestone’s sustainability journeySenior Bridgestone

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Tire industry starts facing up to changes

Later today (30 April), we will publish the May 2021 edition of our global tire industry newsletter, and distributed it to subscribers. We’re just waiting for Goodyear to reveal its Q1 results, so that we can tell you about them. In yet another biggest-ever issue, we bring you unique insights into: Michelin’s mid-term strategyFocussing on non-tire

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Michelin capital markets day – first take

Michelin appears to be switching its business around, using the tire activity as a cash cow to fund growth in non-tire businesses. CEO Florent Menegaux told a meeting of analysts that he hopes Michelin will generate up to 30 percent of total revenue from non-tire activities by 2030, compared with about 5% in 2020. At

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From http://TireIndustryResearch.com | Tire & Mobility Webinar #24 - What Q2 results mean for the tire industry with guest speaker Victoria Greer of Morgan Stanley Equity research. Tuesday 10 August - sign up for free here: https://bit.ly/3ivRFSS

From http://TireIndustryResearch.com | USTMA projects 2021 tire shipments to be 3.4% ahead of 2019 https://bit.ly/37q5QDP

From http://TireIndustryResearch.com | Nokian reports Net sales of EUR 416.2 million (270.7 in April−June 2020) and grew by 53.7% on poor year-ago numbers https://bit.ly/3jjEEwm.

From http://TireIndustryResearch.com | Hankook reports sales up by 22% in first half on poor year-ago figures; profits more than double in first half https://bit.ly/2TRYK86

From http://TireIndustryResearch.com | Continental Acquires Stake in Kopernikus Automotive, Artificial Intelligence Specialist for Automated Parking https://bit.ly/2TRCTO3

From http://TireIndustryResearch.com | Clemson delays tire conference to April 2022 http://bit.ly/33mkE3D

From http://TireIndustryResearch.com | Spot rubber tops INR170 per kg in India https://bit.ly/3fr602w

From http://TireIndustryResearch.com | Mitas implements price increases across all segments https://bit.ly/3inhpSQ

From http://TireIndustryResearch.com | Southeast Asia's factory powerhouses hit by vaccination woes, Delta variant https://reut.rs/3xmRFdA

From http://TireIndustryResearch.com | Bridgestone and AL Nasr to introduce electric vehicles in Egypt https://bit.ly/3A05WP0