Hankook has launched its CMF Lab – a database dedicated to the research and categorization of current design trends relating to color, material and finish (CMF). The CMF Lab is part of Model Solution, a company in the Hankook Technology Group, which supports tire manufacturing with creative future-oriented concepts. The CMF Lab will work together with the British design studio, Chris Lefteri Design.
A quick look at the activity of insiders in the last 30 days gives reason to believe that company executives are betting on the respective companies they represent like never before. This could be an indication of the equity market performance in the coming years. The subject of this analysis is to interpret the current trend of insider buying and selling using empirical evidence.
Boston, Massachusetts – Cabot Corp. has withdrawn its financial guidance for fiscal year 2020 and is reducing planned capital expenditure in response to Covid-19 pandemic.
Despite a “solid” second quarter, ending 31 March, Cabot said it is withdrawing the outlook as future demand for the company’s products remain uncertain.
In addition, in order to maximise free cash flow, Cabot is looking to reduce previous plans for capital spending, said CEO and president Sean Keohane in a statement 30 March.
Europe’s automakers are calling for immediate support from the European Union and member states after suffering a production loss that could render companies short of cash in just weeks. In a statement on Tuesday, industry association ACEA demanded “strong and coordinate action” to aid manufacturers, their suppliers and dealers who face a “severe” financial hit.
Kuala Lumpur – The Association of Natural Rubber Producing Countries (ANRPC) expects the world consumption of natural rubber to fall 1.5% this year, after a sharp decline in demand in the first quarter.
In its monthly trends update published 30 March, the ANRPC said it estimated the global consumption to drop to 13.53 million tonnes for the whole year, down from the an earlier estimate of 1.2% growth in February.
The COVID-19 page is for use by TIA members and others as they navigate the impact of the pandemic, TIA said.
Franklin, Tennessee — Triangle Tyre Co. Ltd.’s tire plants in China are back to operating near full capacity after a lull created by the Chinese New Year and subsequent coronavirus shutdown.
“With much uncertainty about how the coronavirus pandemic will affect global tire production, we are grateful that the four Triangle plants are now operating at above 90% capacity,” Triangle Tire USA CEO Manny Cicero said.
Titan International, which manufactures Titan Tires, Titan Wheels and Goodyear Farm Tires, has announced its intentions to keep its USA manufacturing plants operating as normal as part of its bid to help the national food and agriculture industries maintain operations during the COVID-19 outbreak.
HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. — Tire industry veteran Steve Hutchinson has founded Tire Brands America (TBA), a sales and marketing agency for foreign-sourced brands that don’t have a U.S.-based sales team and/or who may be underserved in terms of sales and marketing.
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