State of the tire industry in mid-2020

Yesterday (30 June), we published the July 2020 edition of our global tire industry newsletter, and distributed it to subscribers. Each corporate subscriber has the right to distribute to unlimited direct employees worldwide, so if you are interested, feel free to contact us. If your employer receives it already, we can send out a free copy.

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World’s tire industry starts slow road to recovery

Last week, we published the June 2020 edition of our global tire industry newsletter, and distributed it to subscribers (29 May). Each corporate subscriber has the right to distribute to unlimited direct employees worldwide, so if you are interested, feel free to contact us. If your employer receives it already, we can send out a free

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Not only Covid… but also duties

As if the world of tires did not have enough to deal with, the United States International Trade Commission (US ITC) yesterday published its guidance on timing of its investigation into alleged dumping of light tires from some S E Asian countries. For those who have access to the US government EDIS system, the document

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Q1 results show scale of crisis in global tire industry

This week we are focussing on Q1 results, and the outlook for Q2 and beyond, following the results statements by various companies in the tire industry. These stock market reports are probably the best public information on the present state of the industry. Wolfgang Schäfer, CFO of Continental AG said, “in our important European and

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Global tire factories continue to lift lock-downs

In the last week or so, we have noted that up to 75 more tire factories re-opened around the world. As of 7 May, we estimate that around two-thirds of tire factories in the world (excluding China) are now open. That compares with around half just one week ago. We are expecting that most of

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From http://TireIndustryResearch.com | TuSimple begins automated trucking operations in US South https://bit.ly/2C63IVm

From http://TireIndustryResearch.com | CardNo Chemrisk comments on research into tire-road wear particles carried out for WBCSD-TIP and ETRMA https://bit.ly/2ZCcbrw

From http://TireIndustryResearch.com | DKT calls for papers for Nürnberg meeting in 28June-1July, 2021 https://bit.ly/2YS2TIW

From http://TireIndustryResearch.com | Michelin North America signs up with Havas Media Group's Social Equity Private Marketplace, to place business with minority-owned enterprises https://bit.ly/2NTxEHg

From http://TireIndustryResearch.com | IMF says Asia’s economy will shrink ‘for the first time in living memory’ due to the coronavirus https://bit.ly/2C4ObFj

From http://TireIndustryResearch.com | Pirelli releases minutes of Shareholder meeting held on 18 June https://bit.ly/2NRyvIm

From http://TireIndustryResearch.com | David Shaw’s latest blog - the state of the tire industry in mid-2020. https://bit.ly/2ZpJWfM

From http://TireIndustryResearch.com | EChA begins consultation on possible 'Restriction’ (ban) of ELT rubber crumb to consumer or professional use products of any kind https://bit.ly/3dTRMDE

From http://TireIndustryResearch.com | ACEA writes to EU Commission about stocks of cars accumulated during Covid-19 that may no longer compliant under new rules https://bit.ly/2YQMmEW